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For his fine attitude toward clean sportsmanship in all 
fields of athletics. 

For the work he has done in developing the character of 
the boys who have heen under his supervision. 

For giving the Louisiana State Normal College the first 
undefeated and un tied football team in the hislory of 
the school. 

For all of these, THE POTPOURRI, 1940 is dedicated to 

COACH RAGS TURPIN 



THh I'OTI'dllllKI. I')4() 
I'HESENTS Tl) THE STll- 
HENT 110 I) Y OF THE 
LOUISIANA STATE NOR- 
MAL COLLEGE A RECORD 
OF THE HAPPENINGS OF 
THE PAST YEAR. 




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THE COLLEGE 
THE CLASSES 
ATHLETICS 
FEATURES 
OHGANIZATIONS 







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The name of Albert A. Fredericks Is a name already synonymous with Louisi- 
ana education. Especially Is It associated with the name of the Louisiana 
State Normal College. To the man who has brought the State Normal Col- 
lege to its present high rating, THE POTPOURRI on behalf of the Student Body, 
expresses Its appreciation for his untiring efforts, his unfailing energy, and 
his great foresight which has been a guiding light in the lives of those stu- 
dents associated with him. Only through his Intellectual and guiding strength 
could the Normal survive the trials and tribulations which always beset such 
an Institution. To a great educator, to a sympathetic, kind, and inspiring 
personality, to a man-foursquare, THE POTPOURRI pays tribute. 



C. R. Whitehead. S. J. Sibley, Mrs. S. J. Sibley, D. A. Hills, Camilla Johnson, Pauline Johnson, Mrs. C. W. Boydstun 



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S. J. Sibley Treasurer-Business Manager 

C. R. Whitehead Assistant Treasurer 

D. A. Hills College Engineer 

Miss Pauline Johnson Manager, Book Store 

Mrs. C. W. Boydstun Postmistress 

Camilla Johnson Secretary to Treasurer 

Mrs. S. J. Sibley Assistant to Treasurer 




Charles Cunningham, Corinne Saucier, 
Third row: R. L Ropp, Louis Castille. 



SOME OF THE TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 

William Smith, Thera Stovall, Mrs. Bess Kendrick, Nellie Senska, Les- 
sie Smitherman, and Principal Luther Dyson. 



SOME OF THE TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 

First row: Julia Webb McGehee, Miriam Nelken, Laura Stilley, Rose 

Bailey, Inez Chaplin. 
Second row: Mrs. Letitia Bingham, Bertha Haupt, Mareda Hickerson, 

Estelle Cockfield. 





THE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY 

First Row: A. B. Simpson, Principal; Mrs. Andrew Hargis, 
Clio Allen, Ella Boudreaux, Mary Robson, Dorothy 
Cohen, Clara Ingrann, Florence Rush. 

Second Row: Monte Cheves, Gaiennle Hyams, Z. T. Gallion, 
Betty Porter, Mrs. L. Carnahan, Orville Hanchey, Walter 
Purdy, R. G. Markham, George Miller. 



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SOME OF THE TRAINING SCHOOL FACULTY 

George Parks, June Cooley, Mary Winters, Mildred Kelly, J. 
Aycock. 



THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

First Row: Elizabeth Cunningham, Palma Robinson, Melba Bouanchaud, 
Mrs. Thelma Z. Kyser. 

Second Row: Paul Marx, Harry Turpin, Alvin Brown, Guy Nesom. 






INDEPENDENT OFFICES 

THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT 

W. J. Avery. Director of Extension; W. S. Mitchell, Registrar; M. R. 
L. J. Alleman, O. R. Crew, H. J. Sudbury, J. T. Hooker, F. A. Ford. Weaver, Director Student Aid. 





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THE DORMITORY COUNSELORS 

Mrs. Maude Palmer, Mrs. Perle David, Mrs. Flora Bowers, Mrs. Sail 
Langston, Miss Martha Felfus. 



VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENT 

First Row: Esther Cooley, Mrs. Ethel Kelly, Minnie L Odo 
Clara Ingram, Ruby Dunckelman, Florence Rush. 

Second Row: Mrs. Pear! Prichard, Robert Easley, Sylv 
Nelken, N. B. Morrison. 



Front Row: Miss Dean Varnado, Mrs. Flora Bowers, Mrs. Will Lawlis, 
Mrs. J. E. Rooks. 

Second Row: Mrs. A. C. Owen, Miss Catherine Winters, Miss Myrtle 
Youngblood, 





KELVIN BRADLEY 





EDMOND SAUCIER 



The Student Body Association was organized in 1927 
with the election of a president, vice-president, secretary- 
treasurer, and certain members of the student body to 
make up the Student Council. The purpose of this 
organization is to regulate all matters pertaining to the 
student life of its members which do not fall under tlie 
jurisdiction of the faculty; to promote general student 
activities and develop a true college spirit; and to 
strengthen friendly relations existing between the faculty 
and students. 

The Student Council acts as an executive body for 
the Student Body Association and supervises the activ- 
ities of the student organizations bringing them into 
closer cooperation with one another, and with the fac- 
ulty and administration of the college. This council 
consists of the three student body officers; the presidents 
of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes; the editors 
of Potpourri and Current Sauce; the presidents of the 
three religious organizations, and three representatives 
at large from the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. 





OFFICERS 


Mki.vin Rradi.ev 


. . . Presidetit SluJiril Body 


Edmom) Salcier 


. t'ice-PrcsiJent Stttdcitl Hody 










Roland Migues 


■ . President Junior Class 


David Bramlett 


. President Sophomore Class 


DoNNiE Waller 


. Represe/itatii'e Student Body 


Abe Rhodes . . 


. Representative Student Body 


JiMMiE Perkins 


. Representative Student Body 


Frank Eason . . 


. . . Editor of Potpourri 


William Rigdon 


. . Editor of Current Sauce 




. . President Y. If. C. 


Theresa Harbolrt 


. . President XezL-man Cluh 




. . . President Y. M. C. I. 



An outlet for the journalistic talents of the 
student body is the Current Sauce, which 
is a four-page seven-column paper pub- 
lished bi-weekly by the students. Notwith- 
standing the policy of carrying news not in 
connection with colleges, its scope has been 
so narrowed as to make possible a more 
complete coverage of college activities. 
Other changes that have been instituted 
are in connection with the mechanical 
make-up of the paper, which conforms to 
the latest concepts of functional journal- 
ism. So far as the rates of advertising and 
publication dates are concerned, no inno- 
vations have been made. 

THE STAFF 

Editor-in-Chief 

. Business Manager 

Sports Editor 

Feature Editor 

Radio Commentator 
Society Editor 

SPECIAL WRITERS 

Hoyt Anthony, James Fletcher, Poole Rogers, 
John Faith, Thelma Bishop, Polly Honeycutt, 
Paul Stahls, Lyle Gresham, and Leonard Kimbrell. 

REPORTERS 

Marie Louise Breaux, Sheila Caldwell, Bill 
Dosher, Lucille Harper, Marjorie Holloway, Shir- 
ley Lindsay, Willie Marie Norris, Laura Pitts, 
Louise Reeder, Adelaide Smith, Doris Dupree, 
Russell Bond, Nellie White, Kathryn Gibson, John 
Duffy, Wilbur McSherry, Carolyn Gibson, Marie 
Griffith, Harvell Pierce, Frances Drake, Evelyn 
Dossett, and Dillard Harden. 



WaLIAM M. RiGDON 

Erbon W. Wise 
James Anderson . . 
Charlie Stahls . . 
Wallace Hunter . 
Marion Cromwell 




Making the Dummy 




Current Sauce Barbecue 

A Current Sauce Interview 






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CHARLES CUNNINGHAM 



The Potpourri editor and his staff have attempted to present a permanent 
record of the student life and student activities at the Normal for the past year. 

The staff has striven to accomplish this by using larger picture areas and less 
type — which never seems to be read; by the use of a more informal way of 
handling pictures and type; by using a color scheme and a cover design that 
blend with the traditions of Normal; and by using a larger page size — some- 
thing that has not been done in some time. 

For the first time in the history of the college has every student of Normal re- 
ceived a copy of the annual. 

With the hope that these purposes will have a measure of appeal to the stu- 
dent body, the editor and staff present the 1940 Potpourri. 



STAFF 



FRANK EASON 

We couldn't tell whether the Potpourri was the cause 
of the hairless pate or whether M. C. H. was at the 
root of it all 




Frank C. Eason 

Mary Cecile Hamilton 

John B. Renwick 
Edmond Saucier 
Henry Ford Glass 
George Adkinson 
Charles Cunningham 



Editor-in-Chief 

I Assistant Editor 
\ Cover Designer 

Business Manager 

Sports Editor 

Action Photographer 

Portrait Photographer 

Faculty Adviser 



EDITORIAL STAFF 



JiMMYE Jackson 
Marion Cromwell 
Mary Bell White 
Sidney Gremillion 
Parker Wiggins 



Ruby Hammonds 
Marjorie Gaunt 
Dick Henderson 
Margie Gathright 
Roland Migues 



LuLA Newberry 



Officers Members 



Llo^d Paul 




VIeiv'in" Rradlev 








Elaine Carville 


Wii.MA Le Gendre 


Helen Davis 




Hetiv Campbell 


Mary Elizabeth Palmer 


IvA Blanche Bltler . . 




Bernadtite Dill 


Vic Marullo 








\'. A. Dunham 


Robert Rouse 






Bessie Guili.ory 


Scriven Svvett 






Theresa Harbourt 


Dorothy Wyatt 












Marion Lee 


IvA Blanche Butler 


Lit HA Davis 




Ann Kilman 


Vesta Caillouet 






Leonard Kimbrell 


Helen Davis 


Bill Dosher 




Charles Robert 


Bill Dosher 


Leonard Kimbrell . . . 




Tessie Schexnaidre 


ROSIE GUIDRY 






Frances Thomas 


Francis Herman 


ROSIE GuiDRY 




Dorothy Braud 


Scott Hale 


Betty Campbell .... 




Hugh Carter 


Jewel McCarthy 






Litha Davis 


Shirley Potts 


Charles Hall 




Wilburn Dix 


Lloyd Paul 






Betty Ann George 


Ruby Irene Riddick 


Scott Hale 




Jo Tarlton 




Charles Hall 



Gwendolyn Sylvest 

PLAYS PRESENTED IN 1939 AND 1940 

"Sweet Sixteen" 

ON THE OPPOSITE PAGE 

"Nothing Blt the Truth," by James Montgomery Scenes from the play "Nothing but the Truth." 






COACH R. L ROPP 



After the ''Warm Up" tournament at Jackson, 
Mississippi, in early December, the debate squad 
swung into full form at the Oklahoma Forensic in 
Ada, Oklahoma, and came through with a second 
place in the women's division, as Corine Cook and 
Bertha Crowder dropped only one debate, that be- 
ing in the finals. Patrick Murphy and Henry Ford 
Glass of Natchitoches upheld the men's record 
with a third place win, dropping only one debate, 
and that to the winners of the tournament. Excel- 
lent records were made in this tournament by 
Frances Thomas of Natchitoches and Mary Eve- 
lyn Dickerson of Oakdale, Billie Cheves of Natch- 
itoches and Carolyn Cook of Pineville, Mary Ellen 
Caldwell of Shreveport and Lucille Harper of 
Alexandria, Wallace Hunter of Alexandria and 
Adelaide Smith of Boyce, and G. F. Thomas and 
Aubrey Kendrick of Natchitoches. In individual 
events Hunter and Caldwell both received excel- 
lent rating in radio speaking. 

Following this superior record, the squad swung 
over to Baylor University at Waco, Texas, where 
Misses Cook and Crowder again captured second 
place in the women's division. Records of fifty 
per cent or better were compiled by Harper and 



Caldwell, Cheves and Cook, Smith and Owens, 
Dickerson and Hunter, Duffy and F. Thomas, 
Glass and Murphy, and Kendrick and G. Thomas. 
In individual events, Miss Caldwell took second 
place in radio speaking. 

On February 9 and 10, a small representation 
journeyed to Arkadelphia, Arkansas, to compile 
the best school record of any school represented. 
Misses Cook and Crowder, still flashing winning 
form, captured first place in the women's division. 
Hunter and Duffy, both of Alexandria, reached 
the quarter finals before dropping a 2 to 1 decision 
to the winners of the men's division. Misses Dick- 
erson and Thomas compiled a record of eighty per 
cent wins with only one loss out of five scheduled 
debates. 

On February 16, Mr. Murphy and Miss Mary 
Adair Nicholson, both of Natchitoches, traveled 
to Alexandria, Louisiana, where they came through 
with a second place in women's and third place in 
men's, of the state oratorical contest. 

As the book goes to press, results of the other 
tournaments are unavailable, but expectations are 
for an even better record than has been so far com- 
piled. 




PAT MURPHY IN ACTION 



SPEAKING DATES 



Millsaps Tournament, Jackson, Mississippi December 1 and 2 

Ada Tournament, Ada, Oklahoma December 15 and 16 

Baylor Tournament, Waco, Texas January 12 and 13 

Mid-South Tournament, Arkadelphia, Arkansas February 9 and 10 

Savage Forensic, Durant, Oklahoma March 1 and 2 

Louisiana Forensic, Natchitoches, Louisiana March 15 and 16 

Southern Association of Speech Teachers, Chattanooga, Tennessee April 3, 4 and 5 

Southern Tour March 30 to April 11 



First Row: Wallace Hunter, Lucille Harper, Marion Cromwell, Adelaide Smith, BiUie Cheves, John Duffy 
Second Rov: Aubrey Kendrick, Melba Halbert, Virginia Owens, Frances Thomas, Mary Evelyn Dickerson, Pat Murphy 
Third Row: G. F. Thomas, Jr., Nancy Featherhoff, Shirley Lindsey, Bertha Crowder, Mary Ellen Caldwell, 
R. L. Ropp (Coach). 




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Barrill^u 
Cornea 

Newman^ ^^E^og 
Melvin B 

6. Jack Fishi 

7. Frances Herman and/Jimmie Jackson. 

8. Dolph Lee and^JlslVu Sherman. 9. 
Red Harrison and P^atsy Sibley. 10, Gus 

Boucher and Alma Louise Latham. 



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iii[REniiG 

To the right: 1. Doc. Marx going. 2. 
Parker Wiggins. 3. Willie Black. 4. 
Doc. Marx going. 5. V. A. Dunham. 
6. Was it a tough debate, Pat? 7. Doc. 
Marx gone. 8. Ole Boy Blalock sho is 
tired. 9. Rupert Boucher. 10. "Blub" 
Miller. 11. "Shug" Murrell. 12. Kirk- 
patrick and Boucher. 13. Mrs. Hereford. 
14. A tired little debater. 15. Sam Scurria. 
16. Mrs. Hereford. 17. Tyler and Wright. 
18. Lucille Harper. 




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Eva Kate Duhe — Catches Carl Skinner. 2. Mary Caldwell and Tuffy Rigdon. 
ittle Pansy Yokum. 4. The Dogpatch Clan. 5. Marryin' Sam Poole. 6. Tom 
Charles — Barter for Circus Tickets. 7. E. H. Gilson and Patsy Sibley — 
ove. 8. Blind Feeds the Blind. 9. Anderson and Fergerson. 10. Katie 
11. Sonny Kelly — Goes Old Fashion. 12. Henry Ford Glass — Land 
. Pat Comeaux and Pat Murphy. 14. Walter Ledet — Smiles Over 
His Freshmen. 




1. Pirates at the Freshman Party. 2. Beauty and 
the Beast of the Freshman Class. 3. Alexander 
and Nelkin. 4. Dr. John. 5. A sweet letter — 
''Shug." 6. Sybil Smith tells them all about it. 
7. President Fredericks at the Bus Students' Pic- 
nic. 8. Horn, Alford and Spencer bringing home 



the wash. 9. "Ole Boy" Blalock and Priest ready 
to go. 10. Sibley, Andrews and Mobley make 
bids for Freshman beauty. 11. True Blue Henry 
and Mizell. 12. Nation, Southerland, Angle, 
Thibodeaux and Dupuy. 




1. Parker Wiggins and Marjorie Gaunt. 2. Sis- 
ter Marin, Joe Polancic, and Jo T. Calhoun. 
3. Betty Willis and Mildred Browne. 4. "Pic- 
cillo" Riggin. 5. Wright Sherrard and Dorothy 
Jean Gibbs, Parker Wiggins and Marjorie Gaunt, 



? and James Sweeney. 6. James Sweeney, Parker 
Wiggins, and Wright Sherrard. 7, 8, 9. Henry 
Ford Glass (The Eagle) , Dot Mizell (The Bat) , 
Shiek Shehane (The Fly) . 





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s of the 
elcomed 
of white 
r two weeks, 
receiving end 
Us the male sex 
were totally iWnored/as the lovely coeds 
showered their Jwjjewions on the snowmen 
who ruled every sni'wdrif t. 

Even the faculty came in for their share 
of the numerous missiles from the lusty 
throwing arms of the hardier of the stu- 
dents who braved the low temperatures. 

The eight-inch snow which fell on Jan- 
uary 22 and 23 was the deepest ever re- 
corded in this locale in the past forty 
years. 





CLASS OFFICERS 



SENIOR CLASS 

Jack L. Fisher President 

Hampden Murrell Vice-President 

Marjorie Gaunt Secretary 

JUNIOR CLASS 

Roland Migues President 

DoNME Waller I'ice-President 

Margie CJath right Secretary 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 

David Bramlett President 

Sheila Caldwell Vice-President 

Beverly Dumestre Secretary 

FRESHMAN CLASS 

Lovs ViDLER President 

C. M. McSw AiN Vice-President 

Shirley Backes Secretary 



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SENICI2 CLASS 



Hii.i. Abinctox .... Grand Cane Llcv Haii.ey Natchitoches 

Commrrcr Home Economics 

-TP Euthenics Qub. 



DoRRis Ad.\ms Coushatta 

Ilomi- Etonnmits 
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Corresponding Secretary, Sigma Sigma Sigma.; Presi- 
dent, Kappa Delta Pi; State President, College Student 
Home Economics Club of Louisiana; Euthenics Qub; 
Y. W. C. A ; Harris Scholarship Association; Purple 
Jacket Qub: Women's Council; Fine Arts Club; "The 
Vocationalist" Staff; Vice President, East Varnado Hall. 

Ll ci.a Alcock , . . . Natchitoches 
Commerce 
.\ S A 

Gertrlde Alford Oscar 

Physical Education 

Pi Delta Epsilon; President, W. A. A.; Professional 
Qub; Dance Club. 

Sar.ah Ai.fori) Jackson 

Commerce 

Ri TH Allisox Ida 

Encjlisli-Lihrary 

President, W. A. A.- Professional Club; Dance Qub. 
Vice-President, Dramati's Club, I9}7-'38; Freshman 
'39; Secretary, B. S. U. Council; President, Dining 
Hall, 1939-'40; Women's Council; Student Council, 
1939 '40; President, Y. W. C. A.. 1939 '40. 

Aha Andrews Dehli 

English 

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Ma.xixe Andrews .... Rivcrton 

I'fiper Elementary 

HoYT Anth()N\ Negrect 

Commerce 
+ K .N 

Glee Qub. 1937-'38; Current Sauce. 1939 '40. 

Irene Anthony Negreet 

Kinderi/ar ten- Primary 



BuxAH AIae Bass .... Winnfield 
Vpper Elementary 

Bernice Bedixgfield . . Shreveport 

Physical Education 
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Purple Jacket Qub; Professional Qub; W. A. A. Cab- 
inet; Tennis Team; Drum Majorette; Dance Oub. 

Ja.mes D. Bogax . . . Natchitoches 

.1 (jriculture Science 

Secretary-Treasurer. Lambda Zeta, 1939-'40; Dramatic 
Qub. 

Russell Boxd Roseland 

Commerce 

A z, n n n 

T H. Harris Scholarship. 

Elizabeth Booxe .... Winnfield 

Health and Physical Education 

Dance Club; W, A. A. Cabinet; Professional Club; 
Cheering Squad. 

Melvix Bradley Sarepta 

Commerce 
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President, Student Body, I939-'40; Student Council, 
1938-'39-'40; President. B. S. U., 1938-'40; Dormi 
tory Council; Men's Council, iy39-'40- Discipline Com- 
mittee. 1939-'40; Senior Dramatic Club, 1938-'40; 
Chaplain. Sigma Tau Gamma. 

Dorothy Braxham Addis 

Kindert/arten-Primary 

I)<)R()TH\ Brali) Larose 

Physical Education 

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Freshman Commissioner; W. A. A. Cabinet; D. 
Club; Newman Qub; Junior Dramatics Qub; Prrf, 
sional Club. 

Cecil E. Brewer Pollock - 

l</rieullure Sdence 




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Sf(0!td ron;: 

S. Alford, Allison. 
J^. Andrews. 
M. Andrews 

T/iird ro-Tv: 

H. Anthony, 

I. Anthony, L. Bailey, 
B. Bass. 

Fntirtli roiv: 

Bedingfield, Bogan. 
Bond, Boone 

/';//// roiv: 

Bradley, Branham, 
Braud. Brewer. 




SENICC CLASS 



Km:. WOK Brown . . . |as|HT, Texas 
Musi, 

Han J. 

Mii.DKM) 1,1 cii.i.i; Hrowm; . Columbia 
//«»),• Ecniwmus 

Pep Squad. 

KsTH.A Lek Hrl.mi.h^ . Natchitoches 

Commncr 

Nkli-Ii: a. 15r\.\x .... Quitman 
Pnmmy 

P.-p Squ.id; Euthenics Club; W. A. A. 

("iR.Aci; La Rt i: Hl llock. . . . Aja\ 
Home Economics 

Euthenics Club. 



Ri TH Ki..\i\i-; CocKKRli.x.M. Shreveport 
l.ihiaiy 



Ci i.i.i N M. CoxERi.^ .... Many 
Com m tree 
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CoRiXNK Cook Alexandria 

M<illi('mali(s, Chcmisliy 

111, \ -I- r, A A \ 

Debate. 1936-1940; Current Sauce. 1937 1939; Assistant 
Editor. 1938 '39; President, Alpha Phi Gamma, 1933. 
'39-'40. 



Z. T. Craft Anacoco 

Enylish 

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Freshman Commission, 1937-'38; Glee Club, 1937-'38; 

Secretary-Treasurer. Y. M. C. A., 1938-'40; Treasurer, 

B. S. U. Council, 1938-'40; R. O. Council, 1938-'40; 

Vice-President. Men's Dormitory Council, 1939-'40; 

Junior Dramatic Club, 1938-"40; Men's Council, 
1939-'40. 



|()^ Hi RNHAM Haynesville 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Qub; Fme Arts Club; President, Purple 
Jacket Club; Secretary, Kappa Delta Pi. 

jo T. Cai.hol X Alinden 

Home Economics 
A 1 K 

President, Freshman Commissioner, 1938 39; Y. W. 
C. A.; Euthenics Club; Pan Hellenic Council. 



Meredith Cravexs, Little Rock, Ark. 
Music 
1 T r. 1 X A 

Band; Dormitory Council. 1937 '38; President, Dormi- 
tory Council, 1938-'39; Discipline Committee, 1938-'39; 
Glee Club; President, Band, 1939-'40; Student Leader, 
Normal Band, 1939-'40; A Capella Choir. 

Harry Creightox .... Oakdale 

Commerce 

Varsity Football. 1937-'40; "N" Club, 1937-'40. 



Hon CaRI'EXTER . . . 

Co mm ere I 



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Mrs. Ci rtis Carpexter . . Hentlcy 

Co m m ere itil Education 



Hlch Carter ZwoUe 

C/iemislry-P/iysi) s 

1 T 1', A A A 

Freshman Commission; Vice-President, B. S. U., 1936- 
'38; Secretary-Treasurer, Y. M. C. A.; Vice-President, 
Lambda Delta Lambda, 1939-'40; President, Men's 
Council; President, Y. M. C. A., 1938-'39; President 
of Town Men, 1939- 1940. 



A. \i. Cavanalgh . . 

Social Slu.lies 



Welsh 



Elizabeth Daniei Ida 

Kinderijartcn-Primary 
Y. W. C. A. 

Helex Davis Haynesville 

Library 

K A II, <i. \ e, A ^ n 

Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Senior Dramatics Qub 
President, Kappa Delta Pi; President, Alpha Psi On^, 



nald.soiiyitle 



Herxadette Ci. Dill . Do 

Kindere/arlen-Pi 
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Vice-President, Alpha Psi OmeRa, 1939 '40; PresideatV 
Theta Sigma Upsilon, 1939-'40; Kappa Delts Pi; 
Arts Club; Purple Jacket, 1939-'40; Freshma 
sioner, 1937 '38; Newman Qub; Pan-Helleni 
1938 '39; President. Senior Dramatics Club, 




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Third ro<w: 



Fifth roiv: 

Crbighton, Daniel, 




CLASS 

William DosHER . . . Natchitoches Joyce Ella Falcon . . White Castle 

Commfrcc I' pper Elementary 

- T r Newman Qub. 

Dramacio Qub. 

Marietta Ferment . . Bordclonville 
Dorothy Dowdy. Junction City, Ark. '^'"'"^ 

,- , , Newman Qub; Glee Qub. 

Englisli-Lalin 
♦ A e 

^ „ Jack L. Fisher . Detroit, Michigan 

Purple Jacket Oub; Davis Player*. *^ 

Commerce 
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Vera DlCGER Oil City p.«ident. Pi Omega Pi; President. Senior Qass. 1940; 

"N" Qub; Varsity Tennis; Student Council: Y. M. 
Biology C. A. Cabinet; Band; Current Sauce Staff; Inter- 

fratemiry Coimc:!; Swing King's; Glee Qub. 

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Secretary, T. H. Harris Association, 1939-'40. ^ _ . , 

ViRGiNLA Dlpree .... Coushatta ^'^^^ Fle.ming Ferriday 

Home Economic! Library 

James K. Fletcher . . . Winnsboro 
Ch.arles R. Duply, Jr., Grand Cane , . ^, . 

Mat hematic i-Cliemistry 
Business Administration ♦ K N 

1 T r 

Glee Qub. 1937-'38: Davis PUyers, 1938; Current 

,~ , . -r c T ^ Sauce Staff, 1939-'40; Vice-President, Phi Kappa Nu, 

Cheerleader, 1937-40; Treasurer, Sigma Tau Gamma. lojo-^ 

1938-'39. , 

Alma Fllitt Haynesville 

Billy Dyre Bogalusa Music 

Chemistry-Physics ASA 

Sir Secretary-Treasurer, Student Bodv. 1939-'40; B. S. U. 

Council, 1938 '40; Student Council. 1939.'40; A 
Bj„j Capella. 1937-'40; Discipline Committee. 1939-'40; 

Dormitory Council. I937-'40; Treble Qef. 1937-'38. 

r- Frances May Folrnet, Natchitoches 

Prank Easo.n Monroe 

Commerce 

Physics 

A £ A 

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Fine Am Oub; "N" Qub; Editor, The Potpourri, i- tt-h 

1940; VarwtT Football, 1937-'39: Student Council. KLBYE FRANCIS .... ForeSt Hill 

1939 '40; The Potpourri Staff, 1939. 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Dorothy Edwards Noble Evora Gaar Dodson 

I' pper Elementary Home Economics 

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Kin / 

.Mrs. K. M. Elliott, Greggton, Texas 

' Band; Euthenic Qub; Purple Jacket Qub; Y. W C A. 

I- pper Elementary Cabinet; R. O. Council. 

Marjorie Gal NT .... Shreveport 

LeMeRLE ElSTON .... Haughton Economics 
Kindergarten-Primary A j; E 

n K 1, ♦ A e Fine Arts Qub; President of Women's Council; Pr«, 

dent of Senior Dormitory; Secretary -Treasurer,^ Senior 
Treasurer , Purple Jick« Qub. Qasa; President, Delta Sigma Epsilon; PoTPOUR*^ 

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SCNICC CLASS 



SlllRl.i:^ (iHii.iNG Halciwiii 

J.ihnuy 
II K i;. 4- A (I. K i II 
PurpU Jackec Club; Fust Vice-President. Newman Qub 

Lois (Ifi.latl'S' Zuollc 

llonif F.conomifs 
K A II 

Purple Jacket Qub; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Euthenics 
Qub; Freshman Commissioner; President, A Dormitory, 
19}8 '39; Secretary, Women's Council. 1938-'39. 

Roy (IH^•TR^ Haynesville 

.1 yriculluri- Science 
* K N 

Dcmeter; President. Dcmcter; "N" Club. 

N.AT GlAMBELLL OA .... Woods'dc 
Science 
n A E 

E. H. GiLSOX Shreveport 

Commerce 
ST? 

Football. 1937-'39; Alternate Captain. 1939; Track, 
1937 '38; Presidrnt. Freshman Qass, 1936; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Sophomore Class, 1937. 

Arii.eni^ Cin'dr.\tt Zwolle 

Commerce 
IT 9. II 

Purple Jacket Qub; Women's Council. 1938-'39; Fre h 
man Commissionu, 1937-'38; R. O. Council; Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet. 

Hknr\' Foro Glass . . Xatchitochcs 

\ 7. 

Edith Graxier St. James 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Qub; Newman Club. 

Charlie J. Greexe .... Colfax 

C/iemislry 
.V Z, A A A 
Inter-Fraternity Council. 

RosiE Rita (Jlidry .... Cut Off 

I'hJ'er Elementary 
O 1 T 

Vice-President, French Qub, 1939; Advertising Manager, 
Senior Dramatics. 1939; Newman Club Cabinet. 1938- 
'39; Women's Council, 1938-'39; Vice-President, B 
Dormitory. 1938-'3*; Senior Dramatics, 1938-'39; 
Freshmiin Commissioner, 1937-'38. 



Bessie (Utli.orn .... Chataignier 

I'liysical Education 
n A E 

Newman Club: W. A. A. Cabinet. 

ViRGixiA H.\i)X()T . . . Natchitoches 
Home Economics 

Euthenics Club. 

Martha Effie Hall . New Iberia 

Encjliih 
A 1 E 



Mary Cecile Hamilton- . Mansfield 

Upper Elem ntary 
Fine Arts Club; Potpourri Staff, 1939-'40. 

Theresa Harbourt . . St. Gabriel 

Englisli-Library 

G j: T, A -5. r, K A n, ■!• A e 

Purple Jacket Qub; Student Council; Newman Club; 
Harris Scholarship Association; R. O. Council; Presi- 
dent, Newman Club. 1939-'40; Secretary, Alpha Phi 
Gamma; Current Sauce Staff, 1938-'40; Fine Arts Club. 

Carol Hardberger . . Montgomery 
Home Economics 

Lessie D. Hardix Hos;ton 

Muiic 

Band; Violin Quartet; Y. W. C. A. 

Claire Hargis .... Natchitoches 

Physical Education 
A 1 A. n A E 

Edith Colexe Hart . West Monroe. 



Physical Education 



Francis Her.max . Detroit, Michigan 

Commerce 

y. T r. n u ii. a ♦ « 

Glee Club; Newman Club; Davis Players; EdiW>. Pi~ 
Omega Pi News; Y. M. C. A. V 



pi 



Ceiling, Gellatly, 
Gentry, Giambelluca. 

Second roni: 



Fifth ro<ui: 

Hardin, Hargis, Hart, 
Herman. 




SENICC CLASS 



Sammie Hii.i. 



Natchitoches Katie Mae Jones Baskin 

Kindergarten-Primary 



Purple Jacket Cluh; Newman Qub; Treble Qcf Qub, 
1936-'J8: College Octette, 19}7-'38; A Capella Choir. 
1938 '40; Pan Hellenic Council, 1937-'38; String En- 
semble, 1938-'40. 



Zl BA HOLLIXGSWORTH . Oak Grovc 
Home Economics 



LaVern'E Killen . . . Natchitoches 

Music 

A 1 A. K A II 

Purple Jacket Qub; B. S. U. Council; String En- 
semble; A Capella Choir 



Marjorie Hollowav Holly Ridge 
Enijlisli 
* A e 

T. H. Harris Scholarship Foundation; Current Sauce 
Staff; Secretary, Phi Alpha Theta, 1938-'40; Y. W. 
C. A. 



Eleanor Kixcaid . . . Winnsboro 
Home Economics 



Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 1938-'40; Senior Dramatics 
Club, 1938-'40; Euthenics Club, 1938-'40; R. O. Coun- 
cil, 1938-'40. 



Cornelia Knierim . . Natchitoches 

Commerce 



Blondell Horn . . . Montgomery 

Kindergarten-Primary 



Elizabeth Hlckaby . . . Harmon 
Home Economics 



Marjorie La Cour .... Grayson 

Commerce 

1 n p, n n n 



DoLPH Lee Shongaloo 



Physics 



Willie Mae Hunter . . Coushatta 

Home Economics 



Davis Players; Vice-President, Lambda Zeta, 1937-'38; 
Inter- Fraternity Council, 1938-'39; Vice President, 
Lambda Zeta, 1939-'40; Golf Team, 1938-'39. 




$ 4 



■ fn 



mi 




First roiv: 

Hill, Hollingsworth, 
Hollow AY, Horn. 



HucKABAY, Hunter, 
Jackson, Johnson. 



A. Jones, C. Jones, 
K. M. Jones, Killen. 

Fourth ro<w: 

KiNCAiD, Knierim, 
La Cour, D. Lee. 

Fifth roiv: 

L. Lee, LeGendre, 
Lemoine, Levy. 




CLASS 



K. A. LoF. Arcadia M arik C. Mistretta . Donaldsonville 

If/riiiilluri' Englisli-Social Science 

_ ,, Current Sauce; Newman Club; Drimatics Club. 



Karris Modisette . . . Haynesville 

Lai'Ra Lofton Wisner t:„,iis/:-Lihrary 

Eni/I'tsli 
1 IT 1' 

Fred Moffet Many 

Floye Lord Baskin Commerce 

„ . n fi n 

Primary 



Jane McCardei.l Franklin 

Physical Education 
n K Z 

Secretary, Pi Kappa Sigma; W. A. A. Cabinet; Fine 
Arts Qub; President, Women's Professional Qub; Pan- 
Hellenic Council; Dormitory Council. 



VoRiES McCartney . . Marthaville 

Home Economics 



ALargaret Morgan . 

Encjlisli 
A 1 E 

Fine Arts Qu 



Keatchi 



Victor Mllina .... Franklinton 

Commerce 



McVey Jena 

Upper Elementary 

Theron Maddox .... Haynesville 
Commerce 
ITT 

Football; Track; "N" Qub; Vice-President, Junior 
Qass, 1938-'39. 

EvEi.^N ALartin ALmsfield 

Commerce 

EiNicE Miller ALnny 

Mat/iematiis-fiinUu/y 

Gladys Miller Many 

Music 

Mackie V. Miller . . Natchitoches 
Commerce 

nan 

Foremic Oub. 



P.ATRicK Murphy . . . Natchitoches 

Encjlislt 

.\ z, .\ * n, * A e 

President, Lambda Zcta, 1938-'40; President, Alpha 
Psi Omega. 1938 ' 39; President, Iiiter-Fraternitv Coun- 
cil, 1938-'39; Dramatics, 1936-'38; Vice-President. 
Men's Council, I938 '39; Vice President, Dramatics 
Club, 1937; Debate, 1937-'40; President, Phi Alpha 
Theta, 1939-'40; Current Sauce Staff; Reporter, Lambda 
Zeta, 1937-'38. 



Hami'dfn Ml rrfll . . . Crowley 

Science 
+ K X 



Allie D. Myers Saline 

Commercial Education 

II J? n / 



(iERTRi DE Myers 

Co m mercial Edui ation 
11 '.! n 




SENICI2 CLASS 



Mildred Naboi rs Many 

( '/'/cr lili'ini iitiiry 
\V. A. A. 

Mar's Nkeso.m Benton 

Home E<onoini(s 
Euthcnics Qub; B. S. U. Council. 

Francis E. Nelson . . . Coushatta 



Mathematics-Clicmislry 
* K N 
Current Sauce Reporter 

Lewis Mercer Xorris . Hall Summit 
Commercf 
A Z 

Clarice O'Xeai Pineville 

Kindrr (/art en-Primary 

Mary E. Palmer . . . Natchitoches 
Music 

Band; A CapelU Choir. 

Lloyd Paul Ferriday 

Commerce 

1 T r. n n n 

President, Senior Dramatics. 

Robert Peek Oxford 

Commerce 
Newman Club. 

James W. Perkins . . Natchitoches 

.1 griculture Science 
A Z 

"N" Qub; Demeter; Student Council; B.isketball; 
Baseball. 

Harvell Pierce .... Franklinton 
Commene 
V T r 

Kappa Delta Pi Treasurer; Vice-President, Pi Omega 
Pi; Band: Tennis; Y. M. C. A.; A Capella Choir; 
Current Sauce Staff; Vocationalist Staff. 

AL\R^ J.\NE Pipkin . . . Shreveport 
Home Economics 



Lai RA Pitts Saline 

Iliolociy-Chemistry 
II A K 

Current Sauce; Pep Squad; Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. 

Annie Lalrie Poe . . . Alexandria 
Music 

Secretary-Treasurer, Freshman Class, 19J6-'37; Secre- 
tary. Treasurer, Junior Class, 1938 •J9; Fine Arts Qub; 
Pan-Hellenic Council. 

J. Pall Powell . . . Natchitoches 
Mathematics-Chemistry 
\ Z 

Band; Glee Club; Orchestra. 

Ada Louise Reeder . . Haynesville 

Upper Elementary 

<!> A e. K A n 

T. H. Harris Scholarship: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. 
1938 '39; Current Sauce Staff, 1938 '40; Vice-Presi- 
dent, Phi Alpha Theta, 1939-'40. 

John B. Renwick Monroe 

Commerce 

s T r 

Football, 1936-'39; Track, 1937-'39; President, Sopho- 
more Class: President, Junior Class; Secretary, Sigma 
Tau Gamma, 1938; Vice President, "N" Qub, 1939- 
'40; "N" Qub. 1938-'40; Business Manager, 1940 
Potpourri; Fine Arts Qub, 1938-'40. 

Abe McA. Rhodes . . . Waterproof 

Commerce 
Z T r, U V. n 

Student Council, 1939-'40; Secretary, Sigma Tau 
Gamma, 1938-'39; Treasurer, Sigma Tau Gamma, 
1939-'40: President, Pi Omega Pi, I938-'39; Assistant 
Editor, Pi Omega Pi News, 1939-'40; Secretary Treas- 
urer of Dormitory, 1939-'40. 

Mildred Rhodes . . . Grand Cane 

Home Economics 
A I A 
Euthenics Club. 

Olive. \ R. Rhodes .... Bellwood 

. I f/riculture Science 
Demeter. 

Aliene Richardson . . . Winnfield 

Commerce 



II 1> n 

Secretary-Treasurer, l938-'40. 





First roit-.- 

Nabours, Neeson 
Nelson, Norris. 



T/iird ro<ui 



Fourth roni 



Fifth roiu: 

A. Rhodes, M. Rhodes 

O. Rhodes, 

A. Richardson. 



SENICI2 CLASS 



X'iRCiM A RiDcn Alexandria 

Physical Edtual'tnn 
W. A. A.; D»n« Qub; Professional Club. 

W'u.i.iA.M M. RiGDON . . . Coushatta 
English-Social Science 
+ K X 

Editor. Current Sauce; Forensic Club; Davis Players. 

CjLV.\ W. Riggix . Little Rock, Arlc. 

M usic 



Vice-President, Sigma Tau Gamma, 1939-'40; Band. 
10J6-'40; Vice-President, 1939-'40; Glee Oub. 1936 
'37; A Capclla Choir, 1939-'40; Y. M. C. A.. 1939- 
'4l>; Inter-Fraternity Council, 1939 '40. 



Syril June Robertson . . . Pollock 

Kinder cjarten-Pri:nar y 

A Capella Choir. 

PooLF RcGERS Winr.fi^ld 

M aihcmatics-Cliftn istry 

Current Sauce Sraff. 

Mrs. J. E. Rooks .... Slireveport 

Home Economics 

Elizabeth Ross . . . Pleasant Hill 

Vppcr Elementary 

MvRTis Risu Alexandria 

C.ovimerce 



Heloise Salter 



Floric 



English-Social Science 
W. A. A. 



AvNiE Sartalamachia . . . Arab 
lljme Ec.nomus 



En.MOM) Salcier Eunice 

Commerce 
V ,- 

"N" Club; Newman Club; Vice-President, Studenc 
Body, 1939 '40; Captain, Football Team. 1939; Sports 
Editor, Potpourri; President. Student Council, 1939- 
'40; Dean of Students, L. T. A. Convention; Vice- 
President, Sigma Tau Gamma, 1938-'39. 

Ro.^LA Scrc.ggins Flora 

Ihme Economics 

Euchenics Qub. 

Marion See Franklin 

Kinder gar ten- Primary 
11 K 1 

Vice-President, Pi Kappa Sigma; W. A. A.; Pan- 
Hellenic Council. 

Mrs. J l ANITA S. Sibley . Natchitoches 

Upper Elementary 

Willy Vey Sibley . . Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Qub. 

Pal line Sikes Winnfield 

Mu H 

Treble Qef, 1937-'38; A Capella Choir, 1939-'4'.l. 

Della Skinner Belmont 

Physical Education 

Secretary Treasurer, W. A. A. Cabinet, 1939-'40; 
Women's Council. 1939-'40. 

Cynthia Lee Smith . , Winnsboro 

English-Library 

HoYT Sparks Robelirfe 

Commerce 

J 

Ethel Spencer Evergrefcit^ 

Kindergarten-Primary , 






First row: 

Ridge, Rigdon, Riggin, 
Robertson. 

Second roiv: 

Rogers, Rooks, Ross, 
Rush. 

Third roiv: 

Salter, Sartalamachia. 
Saucier, Scroggins. 

Fourth roiv: 

See, J. Sibley, 
W. Sibley, Sikes. 

Fifth roiv: 

Skinnbr, Smith, 
Sparks, Spencer. 



SENICI2 CLASS 



jiMMiF Stralguv Colfax Helen Townsexd . 

(.ommiitr Commerce 
A Z K. II n II AS A 



Frances Strickland .... Castor 

Commcrcf 

Lot ISE Stroli) Many 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Mrs. Gavle Y. Stl bblefield 

Natchitoches 

I' pper Elementary 

R. J. Sldblrv .... Natchitoches 
Mathematics-Physics 
A A A 

ScRiVEN SwETT, Jr. . . Natchitoches 
Music 
1 T r, i; X A 

President, Sigma Tau Gamma; Secretaiy. Sigma Chi 
Alpha; President. Inter- Fraternity Council; Band; A 
Capella Choir; Senior Dramatics Qub. 

Jo Tarltox Natchitoches 

Kindergarten-Primary 
ASA 

Secretary, Pan Hellenic Council, 1939-'40; Davis Play- 
ers, 19}8-'40. 

Ir.ma Tarver Winnsboro 

Commerce 

Marie L. Thiboixjlx . Napoleonville 
English-French 

Newman Qub. 

Ri TH I?. Thomas .... Ringgold 
Chemistry-Biology 
n A E, K A n, A A A 



Malue Travis Many 

Home Economics 

Na.nn Speed Upton . . . Rayville 

I' pper Elementary 
Y. W. C. A.; Girls' Ensemble. 

Rov Usserv Georgetown 

.Agriculture Science 

President, Lambda Delta Lambda; President. T. H. 
Harris Scholarship Foundation; Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Pi Delta Epsilon. 

Mrs. Mildred H. Vickers . . Many 
Home Economics 

Euthenics Qub. 

Alice Voltz Washington 

English-Social Science 
* A e 

Purple Jacket, 1938-'40; Newman Club Cabinet, 1936- 
'37; Women's Council, 1938-'39. 

Esta Mae Wade Jena 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Y. \V. C. A.; Wesley Foundation; Treble Clef Club; 
A Capella Choir, 1938-'40; W. A. A.; Pep Squad. 

Doris W.agner Florien 

BiologyM at hematics 
n A K 

Ij 

Ann W'aldron Oil City 

Home Economics 

Y. W. C. A.; Senior Dramatics; Euthenics Club. 

Dorothy Walker \ J^f^S^ 

Home Economics 





First roiv. 



Second roiv: 

Sudbury, Swett, 
Tarlton, Tarver. 

Third row: 

Thibodoux, Thomas 
TowNSEND, Travis. 

Fourth roiv: 

Upton, Ussery, 

ViCKERS, VOLTZ. 



Fifth rouu 



SENICI2 CLASS 



Margaret C. Watkixs, Natchitoches 

1 1 "me Eionomics 
e I T 
Secretary. Euehrniu Club. 



Lois Watsox Natchitoches 

Mu:ic 

Quinrft: A CapelU Choir; Newman CluD. 



Patsy Willia.msox 

Library 

A Capella Cho 



Colfax 



DlVALL WlMBERLY 

Commerce 
A Z 
Baseball. 



Ringgold 



LaMoyne Wedgeworth . . . Many 
Kindergarten-Primary 



Mar^ Bell White .... Vivian 

English-Social Science 

1 I 1. h .i II, + A e. A * r. <!> K 

Pre:id;r.t. Sigma Sigma Sigma, 19}8 '40; Pan Hellenic 
Council. 1937-'38; President. PanHcllcnic Council. 
\9l6'i9: Treasurer. PanHcllcnic Council. 19i9'4.1: 
PoTPOURHI. I9J7'40; Purple Jacket Qub Secretary. 
1939 '43; Debate. 1936-'40. 



M.ARGARET L. Wood . . . DeQuincy 
Commerce 

K .i n, n G n 

Purple Jacket Qub; Treasurer. Y. M. C. A.; Vice- 
President, "D" Dormitory; Vice-President, Women's 
Council, Vice-President, T. H. Harris Scholarship As- 
sociation; Freshman Commissioner, 1938-'39. 



Dorothy I. Wy.att . . Xatchitoche 
English 



Alma Willia.ms Anacoco 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Club; Women's Council, 193S.'39. 



Essie Dee Yolxg . . . Forest Hill 
Upper Elementary 



j.\cK. Williams Many 

liusiness .Idmini tralion 

n V. II 



R. D. \ ()L NG Sikes 

Science Agriculture (( 

Dcmeter; Phi Delta Epsilon; Band; Dormitory Council 






First row. 



White, A. Williams 
J. Williams. 

Third roiu: 

W. L. Williams, 
Patsy Williamson, 

WiMBERLV 



Fifth ro<w. 



SENI€I2 CLASS, SUMMER, 1939 



Sam I El. Solomon Andrkws . (^irant 
Scifftte 

V T |. 

Prciidem of I.ouiMjna Quh. 

Mrs. lii ssii: T. HooTH • • East Point 
Kiiiili rtiarli ti-Pi imary 

Elva Horn- HoM) • ■ ■ Joru-svilk- 
KinJi rdiu li n- Pi imary 

Eki.a lU i.i.ocK Delhi 

lloim- Economics 

Sl Sin Ch AFFIX Pelican 

Ent/lisli-l.ibrary 

Ri Rv May Cl rrik Homer 

L'pper Elementary 

Dorothy de la Bretonne . Houma 

English-Social Science 

LiLKL RNE (Jleasox ■ - Plain Dealing 
L'f>per Elementary 

Mrs. M. p. Hawthorne . Provencal 
KinJert/arlen-Primary 



Mrs. Li la Mae Longorla Hobson 

Arp, Texas 

Home Economics 



Lola Horn Montgomery 

I f>per Elementary 

Mrs. Ojeta Stoker J.ackson, Many 

Kinder (jarten-Primary 

(). N. Jones Trout 

h/rii ullure Science 

Mrs. C. H. McCain .... Colfax 
Kindergarten-Primary 



Irene Mi.\ls Marthaville 

Science-Mathematics 
\ A .\ 

Ola .Xorsworth^ .... Bellwood 

I'Pfier Elementary 

ALary E. Peterson . . Bossier City 

Kinder gar ten- Primary 

President. Senior Class. Summer. 1939. 

Mildred Riley Provencal 

I'tper Elementary 

j. P. RvssELL Urania 

Commerce 
Vice-President, Senior Class, Summer, 1939. 

Hazel Stahls Provencal 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Lulu L. V. Stephens . Natchitoches 

English-Social Sci. nce 
Loxie Horton Stixsox . Coushatta 

Upper Elementary 

Mrs. Berxice W. Stoker . . Many 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Mrs. Sudie M. Bullock Tho.mpson 
Marthaville 

Home Economies 
.\ A \ 

Euthenics Club; Y. W. C. A. 

A.MY K. Toups Gretna 

L'pper Elementary 

e 1 T 

Vice President, Theia Sigma Upsilon; Y. W. C. A. 

Mrs. a. L. S. Tra^ lor . . Columbia 

l \pj>er Elementary 




5 ill 




JLNIOR CLASS 



EvKi.VK Bf.rmck Amjrls Lake Arthur 

Commercf 

Delu Sigma Epsilon; French Qub, Secretary; Vice-President, Delta 
Sigma Epsilon. 

Helev Andrews Riverton 

English-Library 

Phi Alpha Theta. 

SniRLEV Bii.i, AsTiiONV VVinnfield 

Social Science 

ViRcisiA Armour Keatchie 

Library 

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Y. W. C. A. 

Margerv Babiv La Place 

Library 

Delta Sigma Epsilon. Treasurer; Purple Jacket Qub; Secretary, Women's 
Council, 1939-'40; Y. W. C. A. 

Bon ME Barrileaux McLeod, Texas 

Home Economics 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Euthenics Qub, 1938-'40; Newman Qub. 1937- 
'40; Treble Clef Qub, 1939-'40; Band Sweetheart, 1939--40. 

V'elma Barrileaux Rodessa 

Commerce 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Newman Qub. 

Nor, A Beasi.ev Harrisonburg 

Upper Elementary 
A Capella Choir; Drum Majorette. 

Mrs. Marv Parish Bell Colfax 

Commerce 

Pi Omega Pi. 

Lora Bewett Winnsboro 

Commerce 

Thelma Bishop Chestnut 

Social Studies 

Katie Boucher Springhill 

Commerce 

Pi Omega Pi. 

Mildred Brashier Downsville 

Commerce 

Xesta Broussard Iota 

English-Library 

W. A. A.; Newman Club. 

Laverse Brow n Harrisonburg 

Home Economics 

Doris Buie Sulphur 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Y. W. C. A.; A Capella Choir; W. A. A.; B. S. U. Council. 

IvA Blanche Butler Oil City 

English 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Alpha Psi Omega; Registrar, Alpha Sigma Alpha; 
Davis Players. 

Olive Ernestine Bvers Monro^ 

Primary f 

\'esta Caillouet Lockport 

Biology 

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Reporter, W. A. A.; Freshman Commissioner; 
Second Vice-President. Newman Club; Davis Players. 

Elsie Cannon Acy 

Health and Physical Education 

Mildred Cantweli Winnfield 

Commerce 





I, 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Marv Allen Caraway ........ Logansport 

Home Economics 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Secretary, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Purple Jacket 
Club; Euthenics Club. 

Sammye Carlyon Boyce 

Commerce 

William "Pat" Carlyon Boyce 

Commercial Education 

Newman Club; Y. M. C. A. 

Doris Carter Belmont 

Commerce 

Freshman Comissioner, 1938-'39; Dormitory Council. 

Undine Cathcart Springhill 

Primary 

Pi Kappa Sigma; Y. W. C. A.; Drum Majorette. 

Alice Champagne Lake Arthur 

Commercial Education 

Frances Chandler St. Maurice 

Commerce 

Verdye Mae Chaze Marksville 

Home Economics 

Theta Sigma Upsilon. 

Juliette Clement Laplace 

Upper Elementary 
Phi Alpha Theta; Newman Qub; Oratory, 1939; Secretary, French 
Club; President, Junior Dramatics. 

Sybil Childress Haynesville 

Commerce 

Delta Sigma Epsilon; Phi Alpha Theta. 

Marjorie Clinton Pineville 

Music 

Delta Sigma Epsilon; A Capella Choir; Y. W. C. A. 

O. C. Coats Epps 

Upper Elementary 

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Current Sauce, 1937-'38; Y. W. C. A. 

Billie Colvin Winnfield 

Music 

A Capella Choir. 

Louis Stanley Comeaux Youngsville 

Commerce 

Lambda Zeta; Golf Team, 1938-'39; Interfraternity Council, 1939-'40. 

Mable Olynn Conerly Shreveport 

Home Economics 

Alphi Phi Gamma; Euthenics Qub; Business Manager, Current Sauce, 
1938-'39. 

Donald P. Conlay Campti 

Social Science 

Phi Kappa Nu. 

Era Cooper Harmon 

Commerce 

Marian Corbitt Saline 

Music 

y. W. C. A.; Women's Council; A Capella Choir. 

Thailia Leo Crain Dodson 

Home Economics 

Mrs. Helen Harlan Creed Winnfield 

Primary 

LiTHA Davis Trout 

Home Economics 

Delta Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Psi Omega; Y. W. C. A.; Davis Players; 
Vice-President, Davis Players, 1938-'39; Freshman Commissioner; Eu- 
thetucs Qub. 




(71 J 




JUNICC CLASS 



Jack Okw Natchitoches 

M usic 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Sigma Chi Alpha; Band; Swing Kings. 

Marv tvEi.vv DiCKERSOV Oakdale 

Commfrrr 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Varsity Debate. 

NoRFNE DIl,l)^ Many 

Commfrcr 

WiLRLRN Di-X Zimmerman 

C/iftnislry 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Davis Players; Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 

Edna Mae Donai.dsov Reserve 

Lantjuayr 

Newman Qub. 

Wii.MA E. DOLCI..AS ... CIrayson 

Library Science 
Y. W. C. A. 

Virginia Downs Shreveport 

Music 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Editor. Alpha Sigma Alpha. 1939-'40; A Capella 
Choir. 

Doris Dlprke Cou-hntta 

Library 

Y. W. C. A ; Council of Y. W. A.; Current S^uce Staff. 

Leii.a Mae Dupree New Orleans 

Home Economics 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

Josephine Duply Marksvilie 

Social Studies 

Theta Sigma Upsilon. 

John Duffv Alexandria 

Social Studies 

Lambda Zeta; Phi Alpha Theta; Debate. 1938-'40; Davis Players. 
19J9-'40; Current Sauce Staff. 1938-'40; Current Sauce Editor. 1939. 

Lennis Dlrrett Arcadia 

En/jU:lt-Library 
Delta Sigma Epsilon. 

W. D. Everett Montgomery 

Commerce 

John Tavi.or Faith Winnfield 

I're-Medical 

Phi Kappa Nu; French Club; Interfraternity Council; Men's Council; 
Custodian. Phi Kappa Nu; Wesley Foundation; Current Sauce. 

Jewel Farrivgton Plain Dealing 

Upper Elementary 
Y. W. C. A.; W. A. A. 

Imocene Ferguson Oil City 

Home Economics 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. 

Irene V. Forte White Castle 

Commerce 

Newman Qub. 

Frank S. Fr.\gala Bastroj)^ 

Biotoffy /^''' 

T. C. Francis r<ne-t Hill 

.l(/ricullure 

Demeter. 

Camii.i.e (Jaar DiuKon 

Home Economics 

Glee Qub; Euthenics Qub. 

Inez (Gamble G;aiul Cane 

Kindergarten-Primary '■ 

Alpha Sigma Alpha. 




JUNIOR CLASS 



I 3 



Everett Garlington DeRidder 

Physics 

Margie Gathright Natchitoches ________ ^^^^^^^^^^ 

Potpourri Staff, 1938.'39; Alpha Sigma Alpha; Secretary, Junior Class, ^^^^^^^^^l ^^^^^^^^^H I 

Arts _ fl^H^^K. ^Hl 

George Gibbens PIntiuemine ^^H^^^Pl ^^hI 

Pre-Medical ^Km^ ^H^^B^^' 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Freshman Commissioner. ^^Se^'^^I I 

o,.3„. . . ^^^^^^^ on c. fj^m ^ 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Treasurer, Alpha Sigma Alpha. ^^B^^^^^^^l ^^^^^ I 

Margaret Gimber Winnfield ^^^^^^^^HH l^^^^^^^^^l ^^^^^^^^I^H 

S^,- Mae Gimbert Natchitoches ^^^V^ ^B^^^^^^B ^^B^^^^^^H 

t Bi^l) 1b * 1 

Tr.avis S. Gore Kelly HB]^ .^HHUt' '^■^Ht. ^1 

1 . .,o„„bo™ ^•■K^Bi^ 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Pi Omega Pi. ^^M^^^^M ^^^-KM^^^B 

Wii.i.iAM Greene Colfax 

Matlicmatiis 

Lambda Zeta. 

A. D. Guii.i.ORv Vick 

Biology 

Richard Guillorv Effie 

V- . Mai/irrnatics-P/iysical Education 

i, Geneva Hagewood Natchitoches 

^ -iu : Corn inner 

f ■ Pi Omega Pi. 

Ill ' i''^ Melba Hai.bert Ravville 
■ y i i Speec/i 

i 1 ' i Alpha Psi Omega; Junior Dramatic Club; Debate Club. 

Ruby Hammonds Kinder 

Laru/uat/)' 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Phi Alpha Thela; Kappa Delta Pi; French Clu 
Reporter; Freshman Commissioner; Potpourri Staff, 1938-'40; Do 
tory Council; Y. W. C. A.; T. H. Harris Scholarship. 

Mary Stella Hand Hall Summit 

^ Commerce 

A Mar-s Virginia Hathorn Haynesville 

Commerce ^^mm ^h^^h.^ 

I B. S. U.; Dormitor y Council; Y. W. C. A.; Sigma Sigma Sigma. ^^^^mm Vl^^l ^^^^^0^ 

\}iH Dick Hendersok Boyce 

Physical Education-Social Science 

Executive Council of Newman Club. 

W. B. HOLLEY Dubberlv HsH^SSHl^^ ' 

Physics WHaMWBlMrtf . ■/ 

Phi Kappa Nu. 

Paula Hoi. man Flora 

Home Economics - 

Euthenics Club. ^Bbd ^ 

Sybil Isgitt Converse 

Upper Elementary 

Emily Grace Jones Natchitoches 

Commerce 

Band. 






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Cekai.dink Jonks Oakdale 

Home Economics 

Delta Sigma Epsilon. 

Yvonne Jones Shreveport 

Commerce 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pi Omega Pi; Potpourri Staff, 1938.'39. 

\'erdie a. Kii.e Kisatchie 

Commercial Education 

Anv Kii.m.w Natchitoches 

Speech 

B. S. U. Council; Junior Dramatics Club; Women's Choral Qub. 

May Krif.cer St. Bernard 

Kindergarten-Primary 
Newman Qub. 

Alma Louise L.atham Mansfield 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Qub. 

Be.atrice Law Marthaville 

Commerce 

Katherine Lazarus Winnsboro 

Social Studies 

Phi Alpha Theta. 

Amos P. Lee Haughton 

A griculture-Science 

Phi Kappa Nu; Demeter; "N" Qub; Track. 

.Marion Lee Benton 

Sfeech 

Pi Kappa Sigma; Fine Arts Club; President, Pi Kappa Sigma; Davis 
Players; Women's Council, I939-'40; Vice-President, Pan-Hellenic 
Council; Dance Qub. 

CJene L'Herisson Minden 

Commerce 

Delta Sigma Epsilon; Junior Dramatics Qub; Newman Club. 

Essie Mae Lini.E St. Maurice 

Commerce 

Edvthe Loftus Stonewall 

I'pper Elementary 

Treble Qef. 

Helen Vircinla Lowe Haynesville 

Home Economics 

Sigma Sigma Sigma; Euthenics Qub; Secretary. Sophomore Class. 
19J8-'39. 

Jewell McCarthv Castor 

Physical Education 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi; Women's Council, 1939-'40; W. 
A. A., 1938-'40; Professional Club; T. H. Harris Scholarship. 

D. C. McCuLLER Mansfield 

.1 griculture-Science 

Bonnie McF.aiter DeQuincy 

English-Library 

Inez McGhee Ville Platte 

Library 

Purple Jacket Qub; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet; Women's Council; Presi- 
dent, Wesley Foundation; Freshman Commissioner, 1938-'39; Pl^,<1^^^|^ 
Theta. /^ '' V ^fi 

John Henry McNeely ' . Colfax 

Commerce 

Lambda Zeta. 

Wilbur McSherry Midland 

Chemistry /^\^ 

Phi Kappa Nu; Secretary, Phi Kappa Nu; Pirf. ' ' ^^'^p I ^\ 

IRMA M.XGEE Frankli 

Home Economics 

Y. W. C. A.; B. S. U.; Euthenics Qub. 




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JUNIOR CLASS 



Marie Louise Marin Patterson 

Home Economics 

Pi Kappa Sigma; Euthenics Club; Newman Club. 

Willie Pearl Martin Winnfield 

Home Economics 

Marjorie Ma^s Greenwood 

Kinder yarlcn- Primary 

Wanda Ann Mercer Winnfield 

Pre-Lecjal 

Olive Merrut Man> 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Club; W. A. A. 

Roland J. Migues Kinder 

.hjriculturc-Scicnce 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Dcmeter; Student Council, 1938.'40; President, 
Sophomore Class, 1938-'39; President, Junior Class, 1939 '40; Varsity 
Football, 1938, '39; Track, 1939-'40; "N" Club; Potpourri, 1939-'40; 

Ruby Monks Welsh 

French 

Phi Alpha Theta; Kappa Delta Pi; Freshman Commission, 1938 ' 39: 
Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 1939 '40; French Club. 

Alice Mae Montz Laplace 

Lib ral Arts 

Delta Sigma Epsilon; Newman Club; French Club. 

Evelyn Morris Pinevilie 

Commerce 

Purple Jacket Club; Fine Arts Club; Drum Majorette. 

Reba Neei Converse 

Commerce 

LuLA Newberry Rayville 

Home Economics 

Mildred Norris Homer 

Physical Educalicn 

W. A. A. Cabinet; Tennis Team. 

Willie Marie Norris Natchitoches 

Library 

Pi Kappa Sigma; Newman Club Cabinet; Current Sauce Staff. 

Bertha Ober Shreveport 

Music 

Virginia O'Neai Winnfield 

Physical Education 

Yvonne Orr Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Club; Band. 

Melba Pennington Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Euthenics Club. 

Vega Perkins DeQuincy 

Physical Education 

Y. W. C. A.; -W. A. A. 

JuANiTA Phillips Kelly 

Home Economics 

Women's Council, I939-'40; President "C" Dormitory, 1939-'40; Eu- 
thenics Club. 

Lois C. Phillips Gloster 

Commerce 

John L Pickett, Jr Many 

Commerce 






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llxiwooi) F'i.lmmi;r (Joldoniin 

, liiri( ullui t -ScierKc 
Sigma Tad Gamma 

JoK Poi.Ascic W'iniivlviro 

lUisincs Administration 
Sigma Tau Gamma. 

Curtis Rov Prick Buckeye 

. / tjricullurr-Scienir 

Demetcr. 

I1^;^R^ PKESl.^;^ Toro 

C.nminerif 

Rum Proctor I'rariia 

Commirtr 
Glee Club. 

C.ARor.vs Rrkd Lake Providence 

Home Eionornirs 

Theta Sigma Upsilon; Women's Council. 

RiB\ Irkne RiDDiCK DeRidder 

Music 

Alpha Psi Omega; Secrctiry Treasurer, Alpha Psi Omega; Y. W. C. A.; 
Treble Qef. 

F.WE Roberts Marthaville 

Commerce 

Band: Current S.iuce. I9J7.'38. 

EoLi.w RocERS Saline 

Music 

A Capella Choir. 

G\\ F.Mioi.^ V RussEi.i Mansfield 

Plivsical Education 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; W. A. A. 

LERO^ Sa> ES Center P..irU 

Mathematics 

T. H. Harris Scholarship. 

Tessie Schexnaidre Shreveport 

Physical Education 

Theta Sigma Upsilc^n; Corresponding Secretary. Newman Club; His- 
torian, Professional Club; W. .A. A. Cabinet. 

Sam Scurria Tallu'ah 

A griculture-Science 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Football; "N" Qub. 

H. (;. SlIAVNON- Vick 

liiolotjy 

Ai.i.iK Marjorie Shki.ton Waterprocf 

Home Economics 

Theta Sigma Upiilon; Y. W. C. A.; Euthenics Club. 

Marios Shermav Haynesville 

Physical Education 

Pi Kappa Sigma. ^ 

Mii.nREi) SIMPSOV Shreveport O 

l 'f>f>rr Elementary ^ 
Junior Dramatics Club. 

Albert Skinner Belmont 

, / cjrictilturr-Science 
Basketball. 

LoRAiNE Skinner Belmont j 

I 'pprr Elementary 'j , ^ 

Helen Slawsov Mansfipid" cx ^flfV 

Commerce ( _\ t=c>,' v f'-'!^ 

Pi Omega .Pi; B. S. U. Council; Secretary, Junior Dramatics '.Cluft; y^~^^^^) 
Y. W. C. A.; T. H. Harris Scholarship Association. 

DoRis Smith SaKnf ^ i /^r) 

Kinderi/art en-Primary ^ I 

S^BiL Smiiii Mansfield 

Commerce ; / Y-i 

Sigma Sigma Sigma. / 

Paul F. Stahi.s /Provencal , / Q . 

Speech \ i ,^yhh~^:iiJ^/(^ 

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JLNI€C CLASS 



to 







Gilford Stevvari ... .... Rncky Mount 

.hjruullurr 

Myrth Strickland Mansfield 

Clicmistry 

Ferne Sullivan Shreveport ^m^na^ ^mtr^ - 

Home Economics m^»- " ^ 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Y. W. C. A.; Business Manager, Current Sauce, 
1937-'38; Eurhenics Club. 

Mary Swazey Nebo 

General 

Sibyl May Swazey Nebo 

Liberal Arts - ^, im^^wx^^^I 

Frances Thomas Natchitoches ^^^^B |^H^P"^^IB< r 

Alpha Sigma Alpha; Forensics; Davis Players. 

Frances Thompson Monroe 

Plivsiccil Education '^SHPI^ ^^^H 

Alpha Sigma Alpha. J^^^t^^l: *a J^^^i^ ^^^^H .^0^ 

Frances Neai. Tison ... l ^^^H&Sl^^fell^^^^^^^^^Hl[II^Ki 

Kinder //art rn-Pri mar y 1 J^^Nsl^l^H^I^^IH^^HIH^^Ktf 

Carl Wilfred Turner Natchitoches 

Band; A Capc'.la Choir; College Quariret; College Orchestra. 

Earl Turner Natchitoches 

Commercial Education 

Phi Kappa Nu. 

Aaron Ussery .... Georgetown 

Mathematics-Chemistry 

Alice Anne Wallace Natchitoches 

Kmdercjarten-Primary ^-^m^^^^ - 

James Wallace Natchitoches &..,^B^in F ' \ ^^^^^^^^^H 

Enolish-Social Science WKF\ I -T- ^mMm ■ 

DoNNiE Waller Havnesville ^^fe M k ^H^I^P^ ''1^1 

Commerce ^^Hl fl^ i^'^'.^H^^H ^ ^1 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Pi Omega Pi; Vice-President. Sophomore Cass. ^^Htf ^ j^^H^^WB ~~"'^^H 

1938-'39; Secretary. Sigma Tau Gamma, 1938-'40; Vice-Preisdent. ^^^Bw ' ^^^H^^H 1|. ^^^M 

B. S. U. Councd, 1938-'40: Student Council. 1939.'40; Y. M. C. A. ^^^B ' ^^M^ J ' W^^H^^^ mJ^^H 

Cabinet, 1939-'40; President. Men's Dormitory, 1939''40; Men's Coun. ^^^^B B ^^^li \ rB^^I^^^^ V ^^^H 

Jack (George Warner Natchitoches .^^^^^^^^^^1 mA 

Ac/riculture-Science . Jf^M^^Mi^ .M^^^H^^^^H MJ^^^^ik^ 

Sigma Tau Gamma; Demeter. Ifa JK^^tBH ^^^^^^^^H 1^ 

LoCKETT Wells East Point Hf^' -~ - ^H^^ ■=» -^^^H M " " «- 

Sigma Tau Gamma; President, Freshman Class, 1937-'38; Football. WBBKk. ^^^^B ^^^^M ^^^W \ '^^H 

1937-'39, Track. 1937-'39: Potpourri Staff; Dormitory Council; "N" Wma^Wk^^^^M ^M^^M . ' ,\' *fV. 'JtttL 

Club; Fine Arts Club. 

Marion Winn Lake Arthur 

Commerce 

Erbon W. Wise Lena Station 

A oricullure-Sctence 

Demeter; Davis Players; Secretai y-Treasurer, Demeter; Current S.iuce, 
I937-'39; Feature Editor, Current Sauce, 1937; Business Manager, Cur- 
rent Sauce. 1939; Editor, "The Vocationalist," 1938-'39. 

Ernestine Woodard Cotton Valley 

// me Economics ^a^^^^— 

jiifl^^H^^^^^^^H 

Freshman Commissioner; Phi Alpha Theta. ^^^^^M ^^^^^1 ^^^^^1 

Betty Keatchie ^^^^^ ^ ^^I^^K^ 

Kinderc/arten-Primary ^^H^^HLf^ ' ^^^1 

Theta ^^^BT ^^H^^HL- ^^^I 

Havnesville ^V^^^K. ^ 

Library ^K^...^^^^H^/iJl 

T. H. Harris ■■■■MMf^BHl^HMir.J 




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Fine Row: Enola Adams, Eulora Adams, Adcock, Adkins. 
Alexander. Evelyn Allen. Warren Allen. Second Rom: 
Anderson, Antilley. Arrant. Atwood. Aymond. Dachemin. 
Mary Ann Barr. Third Row: Mary Eliiabeth Barr, C. 
Bau. N. Bass, Bates. Dorothy Bell. Mae Bell. Bignar. 
Fourth Rom: Black, Bolton. Bonin. Bookter. Botzong. Bow 



man. Boyd. Fifth Row: Bramlett. Brickell. Brignac, Brous- 
sard. Brown. Burford, Burns. Sixth Row: Burt. Butler. 
Byran. Caillouet. Caldwell. B. Campbell. L. Campbell. 
Serrnth Row: N. Campbell, Cannon. K. Carnahan. R. Car- 
nahan. Carroll, Carville, Cates. 



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Enola Adams Shreveport 

Kinder garien-Primary 

EuLORA Adams Jonesville 

C it miner ci- 



Pennie W. Adkins 



Cotton Valley 



Commerce 

Frances Rae Alexander Natchitoches 

Physical Education 

Evelyn Allen Kentwood 

Physical Education 



Warren Allen 



Pre-Laiu 



James Anderson 



Winnfield 



Leesville 



Willie Lois Antilley Montrose 

Home Economics 



Maxie Arrant 



Mildred Atvvood Trout 

Home Economics 



Allaine Aymond 



EflRe 



Joyce Bachemin Covington 

Physical Education 

Mary Ann Barr Columbus 



Mary Elizabeth Barr Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Christine Bass Plain Dealing 

Upper Elementary 



Natalie Bass 



Campti 



Liberal Arts 



LovD Merle Bates Calvin 

Commerce 

Dorothy Bell Bogalusa 

Home Economics 



Flora 



Physical Education 



Leon Bignar Jena 

Affriculture 

Mildred Black Natchitoches 

Commerce 

Billy Bolton Saline 

A ffricullure-Science 

Ann Louise Bonin New Iberia 

Commerce 

June Bookter St. Francisville 

Commerce 



Marguerite Botzong Pineville 

Mathematics-Science 

Phoebe Bowman Berwick 

Social Studies 

Carol Bo'^d Campti 

Home Economics 

David Allen Bramlett Arcadia 

Commercial Education 

June Brickeli East Point 

Encjlish-Library 

Mary Agnes Brignac .... French Settlement 
Commerce 

Elsie Rita Broussard Sarrento 

Pre-Medical 

DeLaney Brown Mansfield 

Commerce 

Elizabeth Burford Gloster 

Home Economics 

J. B. Burns Anacoco 

A griculture-Science 

Juanita Burt Bogalusa 

Foreign Language 

Ralph Butler Port Sulphur 

Commerce 

J. C. Byram lallulah 

A griculture-Science 

Cecil May Caillouet Port Barre 

Home Economics 

Sheila Caldweli Shreveport 

Primary 

Betty Campbeli Jennings 

English 

Lynette Campbell Leesville 

Commerce 

Norma Campbeli Glenmora 

Commerce 

Erlene Cannon Wisner 

Music 

K. Carnahan Minden 

Commerce 

Roy Carnahan Minden 

Commerce 

Catherine Carroll Logansport 

Commerce 

Elaine Carville Plaquemine 

Physical Education 

Barlow Gates Converse 

English 





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Fitii Row: Qtandlrr. Chaumont, Qark. Colvin. Cooper, 
Corlry, Cromwell. Stiond Row: Crowe. Dailey. Davies. 
Davi». Decoteau, Dickerjon. Dickjon. Third Rom: Didier. 
Dumestrc. Durr, Edgrrton, English, Erwin, Eylers. Fourth 
Row: Fairless. Ferguson, Fisher, Betcher, Flournoy, Flowers, 



Fore. Fifth Row: Fowler. Berry Ann George. Mary Jane 
George. Gibbs. Gibson. Gidlow. Gilbert. Sixth Row: 
Green. GremiUion. Grow. Gumer. Hale. Hall. Hanchey. 
Strrnih Row: Harlan. Harris. Harrison. Hartwell, Hender- 
son, Hemphill, HiUiard. 



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41 



Arrie D. Chandler Natchitoches 

A (jriculture 

Nettie Mae Chaumont Elton 

Upprr Elnnentary 

R. L. Ci.ARK, Jr Many 

Commerce 

RuiH Coi.viN Mansfield 

Commerce 

Texie Cooper Harrisonburg 

Home Economics 

Dii.i.ON CoRi.EV Natchitoches 

Commerce 

Marion- Cromwei.i Logansport 

Etu/lish 

JovcEi.YN Crowe Oak Grove 

Upper Elementary 

Elmer Dailey Natchitoches 

Music 

Catherine Davies Ponchatoula 

Home Economics 

Nan Davis Dubberly 

Commerce 

O'Neil Decoteau Hannmond 

Commerce 

LaVerne Dickerson Powhatan 

Commerce 

Ethel Dickson Coushatta 

Commercial Education 

Fay Didier Marksville 

Library 

Beverly Dumestre Metairie Ridge 

Social Studies 

Jo Evelyn Durr Marthaville 

Commerce 

Daisy Bell Edcerton Coushatta 

Commerce 

Max English Lisbon 

Special 

Yvonne Erwin Watson 

Home Economics 

Dorothy Eyi.ers Shreveport 

Social Studies 

Clara Fairless Shreveport 

Upper Elementary 

Alleyne Ferguson Oil City 

Co, 



Marion Fisher Le Blanc 

Home Economics 

Betty Fletcher Shreveport 

Special Pre-Medical 



Francis Flournov Haynesville 

upper Elementary 

Ethei, Flowers Erath 

Physical Education 

Rachel Muriel Fork Grayson 

Commerce 

Benny Fowlkk Lisbon 

Co mm eri ial Education 

Betty Ann George Welsh 

Commerce 

Mary Jane George Welsh 

Heme Economics 

Dorothy Jean Gibbs . . . Brownwood, Texas 
Home Economics 

Frances Gibson Montgomery 

Physical Education 

Coralie Gidlow Kinder 

Kinderc/rj ten- Primary 

Judith L. Gilbert Gretna 

Upper Elementary 

Mable Green Newellton 

Physical Education 

Sidney Gremili.ion Shreveport 

Kinder {/art en-Primary 

Marguerite Grow New Orleans 

Physical Education 

Hallie Gunter Elmer 

Home Economics 

Scott Hale Waterproof 

CIiemi:try 

Charles T. Hali Montrose 

Chemistry 

Norman HANCHE^ DeRidder 

Mathematics-Physics 

Dale Harlan Winnfieki 

Biology-Chemistry 

Eari.ine Harris Oila 

Home Economics 

Otho Harrison Leesville 

Ayriculture-Science 

Ei.ouiSK Hartweli DeQuincy 

Primary 

Dorothy Henderson .... Denham Springs 
French 

Bk.airice Hemphii.i Wisner 

Kinder ijar ten- Primary 

Winifred Hili.iard Shreveport 

Upper Elementary 



Mildred Hobgood Pleasant Hill 

Upper Elementary 

Barton Hodge Winnfield 

Matlieinatics-Cliemistry 

Bernice Holland DeRidder 

Commerce 

Ruth Hollev Pioneer 

Upper Elementary 

Hazel Hollovvay Delhi 

Pre-Medical 

Janice Horne Winnfield 

Business .7 d m inistration 

Bessie Hudson Plaquemine 

Home Economics 

George B. Hughes Hornbeck 

Commerce 

Lulu Belle Humphries Bossier City 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Adeline K. Hyams Natchitoches 

Physical Education 

Ann Hynson Bunkie 

Commerce 

Leonard Jackson Simpson 

Physical Education 

Jewel Ailene James Colfax 

Commerce 

Neil H. Johnson Otis 

Social Studies 

Genevieve Jones Shreveport 

Commerce 

Georgia Kemp Amite 

Commerce 

Marjorie Kenny Morgan City 

Music 

Charline Killgore Lisbon 

Physical Education 

Elaine Kinchen Watson 

Library 

Johnnie King West Monroe 

Physical Education 

Katherine Koon Boyce 

Home Economics 

Joseph Krider Gretna 

Social Studies 

Justine Ruth Lambert Innis 

Home Economics 

Vivian M. Langley Welsh 

Language 

Jeanne Langlois New Roads 

English-Library 



Lester Lantrip Natchitoches 

Chemistry 

CoRRiE Lee Leaiherman Fordoche 

Commerce 

AvA Louise Lester Coushatta 

Music 

Alonzo Lewis St. Joseph 

Commerce 

Virginia Alicia Lewis Pelican 

Home Economics 

Shirley Lindsay Natchitoches 

English-Speech 

Kathleen Little Carthage, Miss. 

Library 

Philip Loftin Coushatta 

Mathematics 

Albert Long Winnfield 

Business A dministration 

Catherine Long Jena 

Home Economics 

Verlon Lovell Winnfield 

Physical Education 

Wanda Lowry Haynesville 

French 

DwiGHT McCartney Marthaville 

Commerce 

Margie McLean Alexandria 

English-Library 

Mildred McMichaei Cotton Valley 

English 

Vivian Marcello DeRidder 

Home Economics 

Melva Mayson LeMoyen 

Speech 

Geraldine Means Ida 

Upper Elementary 

Adele Messa St. Bernard 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Don Mims Flora 

A griculture-Science 

Lonie Moncla Moreauville 

Biology-French 

Ann Montgomery Delhi 

Commerce 

Kathalene Morrow Haynesville 

Home Economics 

Nell Nabours Many 

Commerce 



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fir,/ Row: Nance. N«ly. Nreson, Newman. Noble. Nunez 
M. Owem. Second Row: V. Owens. M. Palmer. R 
Palmer. Parton. Payne. Pettijohn, Pilgrim. Third Row 
Pine. Pitti. Plauche. Adaline Posey. Allen M. Po»ey. Bes 
tie A. Potty. Elva Po»«y. Fourth Row: Lucille E. Posey 



Maurice Price. Prothro. Pullen, Inez Redd, Marv L. Reed, 
Richey. Fifih Row: Ada Lee Ricks. Jett Ricks. Ristom. 
Roberts, Ross, Roy, Russell. Sixth Row: Sandel. Scherz, 
Schbrnitzauer. Scon, Seaman. Sexton, Shaw. 



$OPH€M€KE CLASS 




Velma Nance Dixie 

Home Economics 



Lucille E. Posey Zwolle 

Commerce 



DoROTHV Lee Neelv Natchitoches 

Primary 



Maurice Price Montrose 

Commerce 



V'IRGIMA Neeson Benton 

Physical Education 

Helen Newman Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Dove Noble Converse 

Physical Education 

Alfreda Nunez Arabi 

Physical Education 



Naomi Proihro Robeline 

Home Economics 

Jack Pui.len Natchitoches 

Commerce 

Inez Redd Newellton 

Upper Elementary 

Marv Lucille Reed Lake Providence 

Primary 



Margaret Owens Hail Summit 

Upper Elementary 



Charles E. Richey Urania 

Music 



Virginia Owens Leesville 

Speech 



Ada Lee Ricks Mansfield 

Music 



Mary Elizabeth Palmer Many 

Encjlisli 



Jett Ricks Little Rock, Ark. 

Music 



Robert Palmer Natchitoches 

Business A dministralion 



Theresa Ristom Starks 

Commerce 



IvA Earl Parton Lake Charles 

Primary 



Elizabeth Roberts Natchitoche 

Commerce 



Martha Walker Payne Grand Cane 

Commerce 



Dealva Ross Natchitoches 

Home Economics 



Shirley Jean Pettijohn Natchitoche 

Commerce 



Betty Ann Roy Marksville 

Kindergarten-Primary 



Flora Pilgrim Lake Providence 

English 



Mildred Russell Jena 

Speech 



Jo Anna Pine Dodson 

Speech 



Lov Pitts Castor 

Agriculture 



Annie Laurie Sandel Florien 

Commercial Education 



Adair Scherz Keatchie 

Co?nmerce 



Vaunceil Plauche Plaucheville 

Home Economics 



Mary L. Schlernitzauer Shreveport 

Commerce 



Adaline Posey Coushatta 

Physical Education 



Pauline Scott Boyce 

Physical Education 



Allen M. Posey Coushatta 

A griculture 



Dorothy Seaman Natchitoches 

Home Economics 



Bessie Audrey Posey Coushatta 

Commerce 



Neoma Sexton Minden 

Home Economics 



Elva Posey Coushatta 

Commerce 



Katherine Shaw Ringgold 

Home Economics 




FiTii Row: Shell. Stke>. Simmom, Simons. Skinner, Sman, 
E. L. Smith. Srcond Row: ). Smith. M. Smith. R. O. 
Smith, Spann, StahU, Straughan, Sutton. Third Row: 
Sweeney, Tarver, Tatum, Tilley, Tison, lomlinson. Tullos. 
fi.u /*- Row: Walker, Ward, B. Wirner, E. Warner, Webb. 



Whatley, White. Fifih Row: Whitley, Whittington. J. 
Williams, M. Williams. Williamson, Willis. WiUon. 
Sixth Row: K. Wilson, Wise, Wood, Woodfin. Wooten, 
Worley, Wyatt. Stytnth Row: Yarbrough. 



SCPHOMOCC CLASS 





Dektox Shell Winnfield 

Commerce 

Maxinf. Sikes Winnfield 

Commerce 

Elaine Simmons Gretna 

Upper Elementary 

Mary Alice Simons Boyce 

Home Economics 

Carl Skinner Ruston 

Commerce 

Sarah Elizabeth Smart Leesville 

Commerce 

Esta Lee Smith Robeline 

Home Economics 

JuANiTA Smith Winnsboro 

Physical Education 

Melba Smith Winnfield 

Commerce 

Ruth O. Smith Jonesboro 

Physical Education 

Adele Spann Clarence 

Secretarial Science 

Charles G. Stahi.s Provencal 

English 

Margaret Straughan Colfax 

Commerce 

Alfred Buford Sutton Natchitoches 

A ejriculiure 

James Sweeney Shreveport 

Commerce 

Olive Tarver Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Maree Tatum Noble 

Home Economics 

James Tillev Mansfield 

Commerce 

J. Doyle Tison Dry Prong 

Commerce 

Judith Tomlikson Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Grace Opal Tullos Dry Prong 

Secretarial Science 



AiHAi.iE Ward Natchitoches 

Home Etonomics 

15ERTENE Warner Natchitoches 

Chemistry 

Elva Warner Grayson 

Library 

KiTT-i Brow n Webb Hanna 

Commerce 

Clothii.de Whatlev Pleasant Hill 

Commerce 

\'iRCiMA White Shreveport 

Upper Elementary 

Marjorie Whitley Robeline 

English 

Lucille Whittington Ville Platte 

Commerce 

Ju ANITA Williams Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Margariute Williams Robeline 

Home Economics 

J. W. Williamson Bossier City 

Mathematics 

Betty Willis Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Cortez Wilson Kisatchie 

A griculture-Science 

Kenneth Wilson Natchitoches 

Commerce 

Louis Neal Wise Boyce 

Hgnculture 

Marilyn Wood Winnfield 

Physical Education 

LaMerle Woodfin Logansport 

Commerce 

Edd Wooten Temple 

Commerce 

Montez Worley Haynesville 

Upper Elementary 

Verline Wyatt Natchitoches 

Home Economics 



Clara Walker Oil City 

English 



James Lee Yarbrough Coushatta 

Cotnmerce 



4a 




Marjorif, Aaron- Natchitoches 

Home Economics 
Marjorie Blanche Abney .... Alexandria 
Pre-Legal 

J. D. Akins Hineston 

Commerce 

George \V. Ai.e.xander Minden 

Commerce 

Carolyke Ai.I-EN- Leesville 

Home Economics 

Elizabeth Allen Mansfield 

Pre-Medical 

Juanita Allen Oil City 

Physical Education 

Gwendolyn Andrews Shreveport 

Social Studies 

Chriss Ates Monahans, Texas 

Biolo/jiy 

Shirley Backes New Orleans 

Social Studies 

Christine Baker Shwngaloo 

Upper Elementary 

Virginia Baldwin Coushatta 

Commerce 

Verna Lou Barnes Ferriday 

Home Economics 
Betty Beaird Converse 

Secretarial Science 

Eunice Beard Linsmore 

Home Economics 

Betty Bell Franklin 

Enfflis/i 

Elizabeth Black Coushatta 

Home Economics 
Florence Blake Varnado 

Home Economics 
Doris Blankenship Belmont 

Home Economics 

Lessie D. Bowman Simsboro 

Commerce 

Elizabeth Bozeman Natchitoches 

Speec/i 

Mary Louise Bradley Roosevelt 

Commerce 

Frank Branch e Campti 

Commerce 

Marie Louise Breaux Church Point 

Special 

Leland Brewer Doyline 

Upper Elementary 



Fannie Brodnax Alexandria 

Upper Elementary 

Kent Buckingham Bogalusa 

Business Administration 

Beverly Bullock Leesville 

Lant/uaffe 

Connie Wayne Burley Monterey 

Special 

Addie Butler Winnsboro 

Primary 

Lillian Byers Gilliam 

Pre-Medical 

Ola Mae Byles Natchitoches 

Commerce 



Betty Lou Caldwell 



Ansley 



Mary Ellen Caldwell Shreveport 

Speec/i 

Dorothy Campbell Sugartown 

Home Economics 
Sybil Campbell Sugartown 

Home Economics 

Bertie Lee Carrier Cotton Valley 

Physical Education 

T. G. Carroll Natchitoches 

A griculture 

Irma Lee Carter Natchitoches 

Secretarial Science 

Reaves Carter Lena 

Commerce 

Betty Cavender University 

Home Economics 

Eldon Chachere Eunice 

A griculture-Science 
Marion Chapman .... Bay St. Louis, Miss. 
French 

BiLLiE Cheves Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Louis Clark Buckeye 

Agriculture 



Dorothy Cleveland 



Boyce 



Speech 



Patsy Clyde Alexandria 

Music 

Margie Cobb East Point 

Commerce 

Charline Coburn Georgetown 

Home Economics 



^'iRGiMA Cook Ringgold 

Spanish-English 




Upper Elementary 



Darlixe Cori.ev Flonen 

Commercial Education 

Raleigh Cox Homer 

Commerce 

Russell Cronin Leesville 

Music 



Temple 



Era Lovada Crosby 

Upper Elementary 

Mary Elizabeth Crow Hanna 

Home Economics 

Eddy Crowell Lake Charles 

Music 

Richard Garnell Cryar DeRidder 

Commerce 

Roy Cucullu New Orleans 

Physics 



Emil L. Curtis 



Marceli.a Dale 



A griculture 



Upper Elementary 
Elizabeth Davis Minden 



Jane Davis 



Plaquemine 



Joy Lea Davis Leesville 

Music 



Primary 



Norene Davis 

Primary 

Beulah Delanev 

Primary 

Madgeline Derbonse . . . 

Commerce 



Pleasant Hill 



Pleasant Hi 



Melrose 



EvELYNE Dossett Hope, Arkansas 

English 



Frances Drake 



Home Econotnics 



Eleanor Drew Zwolle 

Physical Education 

Eva Kate Duke Waterproof 

Commerce 

Stella Dupont Welsh 

Liberal Arts 

Bertie Mae Dupree Coushatta 

Physical Education 



W'.\SD.\ Earnest Shreveport 

Language 

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Home Economics 

Dorothy Lillian Elston Haughton 

English 

Shirley Elter Washington 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Malcolm Eklow Vidalia 

Commerce 

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Primary 

George Etheredge Pleasant Hill 

Upper Elementary 

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Commerce 

Kingston E. Eversull Boyce 

English 

Le Roi Eversuli Boyce 

Social Studies 

Miriam Mae Ewing Innis 

Music 

Jack Faraldo Colfax 

Commerce 

Lorraine Faraldo Colfax 

Commercial Education 

Winnie Rae Farris Hornbeck 

Pre-Medical 

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Physical Education 

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Physical Education 

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Home Economics 

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Commerce 

Newton Forrest Winnfield 

Business Administration 

Annie Rae Fortson Pineland, Texas 

Music 

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Agriculture 

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Primary 

Beth Funderburk Winnsboro 

Primary 

M.\xine Futch Marion 



Home Economics 



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D. Gibjon. Second Row: K. Gibson. Gillis. Ginsburg. G. Harptr, Hartsell, Harvey, Hawkins, Hawthorne. Haygood. 

Grant. R. Grant. Grantham. Greene. Third Row: Gre- Sixih Row: Henley. Hinkic. Hochencdel. HoUey, Hollo- 

million. Greiatti. Griffin. H. Griffith. M. Griffith, Grigg. way. E. Holt. M. Holt. Strenih Row: Hooper. Hughes. 

Haddox. Fourth Row: J. Hall. M. Hall, Hanchey, Hanlon, lies, Ingram, M. Jackson. R. Jackson. Jacob. 



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Maude Gahn Alexandria 

Commerce 

Beatrice Gamble Grand Cane 

Commerce 

Thomas Garrett Winnfield 

English 

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Physical Education 

Clara George Moreauville 

Secretarial Science 
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A griculture-Science 

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Commerce 

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Music 

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Music 

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Pre-Medical 

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Chemistry 

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Commerce 

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Commerce 

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Music 

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Home Economics 

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Music 

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Commerce 

Marie Griffith Shreveport 

Commerce 

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Primary 

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Home Economics 

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Home Economics 

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Music 

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Mathematics 



Eloise Hanson Shreveport 

Latin-English 

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English 

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Kindergarten-Primary 

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Kindergarten-Primary 

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Commerce 

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Library 

Ella Mae Harvey Evans 

English 

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Music 



Anise Hawthorni 



Martha Haygood Shreveport 

Commerce 

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Secretarial Science 

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Home Economics 

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Commerce 

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Speech 

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Commerce 

Elaine Holt Pollock 

Home Economics 

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Secretarial Science 

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Commerce 

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JiMMiE Iles DeRidder 

Business Administration 

Dorothy Ingram Natchitoches 

Commerce 

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Music 

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Mathematics 

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Language 



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Eloise James Shreveport 

Commerce 

John Hovd Johnson Sieper 

Social Studies 

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Commerce 

Mn.DRED Johnson Slagle 

Home Economics 

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Erifflis/i 

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Commerce 

Haroi.d J. Jordan DeRidder 

Cornmerce 

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Art 

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Home Economics 

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Cojnmerce 

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Music 

Merrell Knighten Minden 

Agriculture 

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EHC/ltsh 

Celeste M. LaBorde Mansura 

Art 

Dorothy Lacombe Echo 

Home Economics 

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Home Economics 

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Agriculture 

Mary Lavespere Colfax 

Social Science 

HEwrrr Law Grand Bayou 

Pre-Medical 

Nell Law Vivian 

Cotnmerce 

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Englis/i 

Hazel Le Blanc Vivian 

Commerce 

Herlena LeBlanc Morganza 

Frencli-Chemistry 

Frances Lee Shongaloo 

Kindergarten-Primary 

Audrey B. Lemoine Cottonport 

Physical Education 



Dorothy Lester Shreveport 

Home Economics 



Margaret Glenn Lhe . . . 

Commerce 



Grand Bavou 



Jo Littleton Rosepine 

Music-Physical Education 

Claudie Looper Bentley 

Primary 

Freda Lowry Havnesville 



DoROiHY LuDWiG Coushatta 

Secretarial Science 

Mark McAi.pin Lena 

CAiemistry 

Hilton M. McCann Effie 

Social Science 

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Home Economics 

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Primary 

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Upper Elementary 

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Upper Elementary 

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Foreign Language 

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English-Library 

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Commerce 

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Primary 

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Upper Elementary 

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Commerce 

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A griculture-Science 

Elwyn Manuel Mamou 



Com7nerce 

James Gregg Marshali Stonewall 

A griculture-Science 

Martha Martin Minden 

Social Studies 



Melton Lee M.\rtin . . . 

Commerce 



Boyce 



NoLA Jake Martin 



Commerce 



Agnes Martinez Natchitoches 

Secretarial Science 

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Home Economics 

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Special 

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Pre-Medical 

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Upper Elementary 

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Health and Physical Education 

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Music 

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Primary 

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Primary 

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Upper Elementary 
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Home Economics 
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Upper Elementary 

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Commerce 

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Home Economics 

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Home Economics 

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Com7nerce 

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Speech , 

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Library 

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Upper Elementary 

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Cominerce 

Sherman T. Nugent Selma 

Upper Elementary 
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Physical Education 
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Upper Elementary 
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Physical Education 

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English 



Jack Payne Vivian 

Music 

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Pre-Medical 

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Mathematics 

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Kinderffar ten-Primary 

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Secretarial Science 

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Music 

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Pre-Medical 

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Home Economics 



Thelma Presley 



Betty Prestridge Coushatta 

Secretarial Science 



Agriculture 

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Commerce 

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Secretarial Science 

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Music 

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Commerce 

Bettye Raburn Saline 

Commerce 



A. D. Rachal 



(commerce 

Sue Radescich Winnfield 

Commercial Education 

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Library 

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Home Economics 
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Home Economics 
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Physics 

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Physics 



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Pre-Medical 

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Musu 

LuREN'E Roan Flora 

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Egeria Roark Natchitoches 

Primary 

Lavee Robbivs Campti 

Physical Education 

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Speecli 

Daniel C. Roberts Campti 

A griculture-Science 

Nell Roberts Many 

Home Economics 

Ike Robertson Archie 

A griculturr 

DoRRis RovsTON Natchitoches 

Home Economics 

Dorothy Mae Russell Flora 

Upper Elementary 

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Secretarial Science 

Joy Mae Sartin Tioga 

Home Economics 

Thurman Scott Boyce 



Commerce 

R. F. Shadoin Anacoco 

Pre-Medical 

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Primary 

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Upper Elementary 

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Commerce 

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Health and Physical Education 

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Speech 

Joe Edward Skinner Belmont 

Agriculture 



Bii i.iE Slaughikr Haynesvi'.lj 

Speech 

DoROin^- \'. Sledge Coushatta 

Home Economics 

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English 

Adelaide C. Smiih Boyce 

Cu m mcrcial Education 

Anita Smith Washington 

Primary 

Ci.VDEENE Smith Bastrop 

Home Economics 

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Commerce 

Lavinia Smith Sarepta 

Commerce 

Martha Smith Hall Summit 

Home Economics 

Mary Margaret Smith Coushatta 

Physical Education 

Mozei.i.e Smith Trout 

Upper Elementary 

Nellie Fay Smith Meider 

Home Economics 

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Physical Education 

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Secretarial Science 

OiTO Spoerri St. Bernard 

Mathematics 

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Library Science 

Glyn Edward Stephens Leesville 

Chemistry 

Anice Stephenson Shreveport 

Commerce 

Elizabeth Lee Stewart .... Morton, Miss. 
Commerce 

LuciAN Stockman Glenmora 

Commerce 

lONA Sutton Natchitoches 

Chemistry 

Evelyn Swazey Nebo 

Physical Education 

Mary Jean Swift Elmer 

Home Economics 

Juanita Swor Montgomery 

Commercial Education 

Durwood Svlvest Franklinton 

Social Studies 




Gwendolyn Sylvest Dodson 

Social Studies 

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Liberal Arts 

LoREE Tatum Noble 

Physical Education 

Rose Terrell Leesville 

Special 



Marion Thiac 



Napoleonville 



Billie Thibodeaux Natchitoches 

Coimnerce 



Gerry Thompson 



Peggy Thompson 



Estherwood 



Library 



Estherwood 



Library 



Lucille Tison Pollock 

Music 



Alton Townsend Natchitoche 

Liberal Arts 



Leatha Marie Tramel Dry Creek 

Home Economics 



Eloise Trammel Vowell's Mill 

Home Economics 



W. D. Treadway, Jr Atlanta, Texas 

Commerce 



Elaine Truly Hall Summit 

Commerce 



Ruth Turner Minden 

Commerce 



Lambert Tynes 



Haynesville 



Murphy J. Tyson 



Verda 



Agriculture 



Sara Jane Valentine Grayson 

Commerce 



Edna Van Cleone Colfaj 

Commerce 



Mary Elizabeth Volk 

Kindergarten-Primary 



Bastrop 



Irma Waldron Oil City 

Comm.'r< ial Education 



Ciotile Walker Pelican 

Home Economics 



Jimmy Walker Waterproof 

Commerce 

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Commerce 

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C/iemistry 

Elizabeth Wardlow Montgomery 

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Home Economics 

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Nellie White Vivian 

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Eleanor Williams Montgomery 

Physical Education 

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Upper Elementary 

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Agriculture 

John Winn Natchitoches 

Agriculture-Science 

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Upper Elemcntcry 

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Primary 

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Commerce 

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Upper Elementary 

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For the first time in the history of Normal, 
one of its football teams has completed its season 
undefeated and untied, the winner of eleven 
straight victories against no defeats and cham- 
pions of two conferences — the Louisiana Inter- 
collegiate Conference, and the Southern Intercol- 
legiate Athletic Association. 


















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The L. I. C. is a new conference formed in 
1939 with Normal, Southwestern, Louisiana Tech, 
Centenary, and Louisiana College as members. 

The S. L A. A. is an ancient conference formed 
in 1921 with thirty-eight members throughout 
the South. 

Finishing the season with a total of 195 points 
with only 18 scored against them, the 1939 edition 
of the Demons have given future Normal teams 
something to shoot at. 




E. H. GILSON 




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THE LINE-UP OF PLAYERS 




CREIGHTON 



THE COACHES'' 




FRESHMAN GAMES 

The Imps almost followed in the 
steps of their big brothers when 
they went undefeated in their three 
college games played during the 
season. Starting with a 13-7 vic- 
tory over the Louisiana Tech Bull- 
pups, the Baby Demons rolled on 
to a 12-6 win over the Centenary 
Frosh and then went down to La- 
fayette to play a scoreless tie with 
the Bullpups of Southwestern. 

Coach Walter Ledet is to be 
complimented upon the fine season 
just turned in by his first football 




MILLER KIRKPATRICK SCURRIA WIGGINS MIGUES EASON TYLER 



THE FRESHMAN F O O T B A L L S Q U A D 

First Row: Reese, Samec, Scott, Thibodeaux, VIdler, Southerland, Gibson, Caldwell, Penny. Second Row: Coach Ledet, Haynes, Bourne, 
Brown, Robinson, McDermott, Gerson, Marullo, Chachere, Walker. Third Row: Gibbs, McSwain, James, Minnich, Maddry, Ryan, Smart, 

Meagher, Jones, Manager Perkins. 




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MR. ALVIN BROWN 

New Backfleld Coach 



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NORMAL, 15; CENTENARY, 0 

September 16, 1939, Shreveport, Louisiana 

Invading the home of the Centenary Gentlemen for their first game 
of the season, the Normal Demons unleashed upon the opposition a 
fury long suppressed, to smash the Centenarians 15-0 for the first 
Purple and White victory over the Maroons in eighteen years. Saucier 
started the massacre by booting a field goal from the Gents 31-yard 
line early in the second period to give the Demons a lead that was 
never threatened. Later in the same period on a pass from Kirkpatrick 
to E. Wright that was good for 23 yards and a touchdown, Normal 
virtually clinched the game. The third quarter was scoreless, but just 
for good measure the Demons added six more points in the fourth period 
after a sustained drive featuring Wiggins and Migues. 

NORMAL, 6; EAST TEXAS STATE TEACHERS, 0 

September 29, 1939, Commerce, Texas 

After resting for a week on their well-earned laurels, the Demons 
journeyed to Commerce, Texas, to battle the East Texas Teachers Lions 
for their second victory of the season. Significant was the fact that 
the Demons under Coach Harry Turpin had never tasted of victory 
over the Lions. Playing heads-up ball the Demons recovered a Texas 
fumble on their own thirty-yard line and with Boucher and Migues 
taking the ball on off-tackle slants and reverses smashed their way to 
the winning six points. The score came in the second period with 
Boucher taking the ball over from the 8-yard line. 

NORMAL, 18; SOUTHEASTERN, 6 
October 6, 1939, Hammond, Louisiana 

Journeying to Hammond, Louisiana, for their third game away from 
home, the Demons smashed their way to victory over the Southeastern 
Lions for their third victory in as many starts. The Demons scored 
early in the first quarter, with Wiggins passing to Tyler for the score. 
The Lions' only score came in the second period on a pass that was 



Boucher fears off for long gain 



Wiggins shows ETEX the stiff arm 



MIGUES SCORING FOR THE DEMONS 




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Kood for 60 yards and a touchdown. With the score tied at 
6-6 the Purple and White pushed over two touchdowns in the 
fourth quarter to win the game. 

NORMAL. 19; LOUISIANA COLLEGE, 0 
October 14, 1939, Nafchitoches, Louisiana 
With three straight victories under their belts, the Demons 
came home to smash the Louisiana College Wildcats, 19-0 
before a homecoming crowd of 7,000 fans. Opening up in 
every type of attack the Demons scored one touchdown in 
the first quarter and two in the second. After a thrilling 
end run of +0 yards by Parker Wiggins, Kirkpatrick took the 
oval over from the 3->ard line. Opening the second period 
the Demons marched down to the 7-yard line, where Boucher 
skirted right end for the second marker. Late in the same 
period Scurria intercepted a Wildcat pass on the visitors' 
30-yard line and raced through a broken field to chalk up the 
Demons' third and final marker. Significant was the fact 
that the Wildcats did not register a single first down, while 
the Demons were piling up nine. 

NORMAL, 26; LOUISIANA TECH, 0 
Octobtr 21, 1939, Louisiana Stale Fair, Shreveport, Louisiana 
Continuing their winning ways, the Demons journeyed to 
Shreveport and the State Fair to win easily from the Louis- 
iana Tech Bulldogs for their fifth win of the season. The 
Canines never threatened the strong Demon defense, while 
four touchdowns were being made against them. The De- 
mons' scoring spree started early in the first quarter, when 
after a succession of first downs gr>od for 70 yards, Wiggins 



Tobe and his water wagon 





went over from the y-yard line. The second score came in 
the second period on a pass from Boucher to Migues that was 
good for 40 yards. Starting the third quarter, the Demons 
scored without losing the ball, with Boucher going over for 
the marker. Black personally authored the final touchdown 
when he broke away for a 67-yard jaunt behind beautiful 
blocking to end the scoring. 

NORMAL, 40; MISSISSIPPI DELTA, 6 

October 27, 1939, Cleveland, Mississippi 
Winning handily from the Delta Statesmen, the Demons 
chalked up their sixth straight win of the season to lead two 
conferences — the S. I. A. A. and the L. I. C. The Demons 
had too much for the Statesmen to cope with and were never 
seriously threatened. Wiggins scored in the first three minutes 
from the Delta 20-yard line and Kirkpatrick added six more 
points a few minutes later on a smash over the line that was 
good for three yards. After successive touchdowns by Ear- 
nest Wright, Frank Pruitt, Parker Wiggins, and Roland 
Migues, the Statesmen recovered a Demon fumble on the Nor- 
mal six and scored on the first play to give them their onl.\ 
score. 

NORMAL, 20; STEPHEN F. AUSTIN, 6 
November 3, 1939, Natchitoches. Louisiana 
Winning from the Lumberjacks for their seventh straight 
victory in as many starts, the Demons defeated what was 



Boucher gains against Ouachita College 



Good Luck! Captain 





probably th'e best team they played all season. Normal's 
first score came in the second quarter on a line smash with 
Wiggins carrying the ball over. A few minutes later the 
Demons scored again, this time on an n-yard pass from 
Boucher to E. Wright. Again in the fourth quarter Boucher 
and Wright clicked to pass the ball down to the 3-yard line 
where Boucher hit the center of the line to score the final 
Demon marker. The Lumberjack's only score came on a 
pass from MaGraw to Bailey that was good for 25 yards 
and a touchdown. 

NORMAL, 19; MURRAY TEACHERS, 0 

November II, 1939, Murray, Kentucky 
Handing the Murray Thoroughbreds their first S. I. A. A. 
defeat of the season, the Demons won their eighth straight 
victory. Normal took the lead in the first half by virtue of a 
42-yard jaunt by Parker Wiggins early in the second quar- 
ter. Scoring continued in the third period on a touch- 
down run of 54 >'ards by Migues, and Wiggins put an 
end to the scoring in the same period by taking the ball over 
from the 8-yard line after he had completed a 24-yard 
pass to Tyler. The Demons made eight first downs to 
Murray's five, while keeping the Thoroughbreds well bot- 
tled up. 

NORMAL. 19; OUACHITA, 0 

November 18, 1939, Natchitoches, Louisiana 
Cutting loose with a touchdown in the first minute of play, 
the Demons rolled on to their ninth straight victory of the 




SWEENEY SCHUMACHER BLACK 



season. On the second play Migues took the ball on a re- 
verse from Kirkpatrick and cut off-tackle for 65 yards 
and a touchdown. In the third period, Wiggins passed to 
Migues on the Tigers' twenty from where he crossed the goal 
line standing up. Normal's third marker came late in the 
third quarter on a drive starting from the Ouachita 25-yard 
stripe and ending with Wiggins carrying the oval over from 
the 4-yard line. 

NORMAL, 7; MISSISSIPPI STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE, 0 

November 23, 1939, Hattiesburg, Mississippi 
In a game that was stubbornly fought throughout, the 
Demons again emerged victorious to extend their string of 
victories to ten straight. The two teams battled on almost 
even terms for three periods, and it was not until the last five 
minutes of the last quarter that the Demons clicked and sent 
Willie Black off on a 73-yard jaunt to pay dirt. Not a Mis- 
sissippian touched Black because he received perfect blocking 
from his mates after sweeping around end on a well-executed 
reverse. 

NORMAL, 6; SOUTHWESTERN, 0 

November 30, 1939, Natchitoches, Louisiana 
The Demons put an end to the most successful football 
season in the history of the College, when they whipped the 
Southwestern Bulldogs in a sea of mud. 

The Demons scored late in the first period when Gus 
Boucher circled left end and raced 69 yards for a touch- 
down that was good enough to clinch two football champion- 
ships — that of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Associa- 
tion and that of the Louisiana Intercollegiate Conference. 




KIRKPATRICK EASON CREIGHTON TYLER HARRISON W. WRIGHT 



The 1939 edition of the Demons 





10. Rest while you may, 
Coach. 11. Flying high. 12. 
Jack Walsh, Demon bus 
driver and good luck charm. 

13. Always room for one more. 

14. "Doc" Weaver, of the 
fallen chest. 15. How do they 
look, Coach? 16. Sonny has 
the goods. 17. Hit him hard. 
Saucier. 18. Look pretty, 

Mac. 





Wright, Maddox, Gilson, G. Wiggins, P. Wiggins. Second Row: Cummings, Ledet, Murrell, Lee, 
Pernici, Tassin, Jackson. Third Row: Tyler, Migues, Pruitt, Coach Turpin, Elkins, Webb. 



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Opening the season in March in the Southwestern relays at Lafayette, 
the Demon spikemen participated in a triangular meet with Louisiana 
State University and Southwestern Louisiana Institute on Tiger field on 
April 6, a dual meet with Stephen F. Austin College of Nacogdoches, 
Te.xas, here on April 2g, the S. L A. A. meet on the local field on May 6, 
and the Southern A. A. U. meet in New Orleans on May 13. 

In addition to winning the S. I. A. A. crown for the second consecu- 
tive year, Coach Harry Turpin's varsity thinclads made good showings in 
their other competition, winning the dual meet here with the Lumberjacks 
of Stephen F. Austin College. 

Julius Scott, senior and captain of the squad, climaxed his conference 
competition in the S. I. A. A. meet here by outracing Randall Stelly, 
Southwestern S. A. A. U. champion, in the two-mile event. Walter I^det 
and (lordon Wiggins showed up well in all meets entered, Ledet excelling 
in the shotput and discus events and Wiggins coming through in track 
competition. 

Lettermcn include Julius Scott, Walter Ledet, and Gordon Wiggins, 
seniors; Burncll Webb, Theron Maddox, Ralph Tassin, Hampden Mur- 
rell, and E. H. (iilson, juniors; Wiley Cummings, Ernest Tyler, Parker 
XViggins, Ernest Wright. Roland Migues, Amos Lee, Frank Pruitt, C. L. 
Starnes, and Al Subat, sophomores. 

The Demons were victorious in the S. I. A. A. meet and the dual 
meet with the S. F. A. Lumberjacks, and placed third in the triangular 
meet with Southwestern and Louisiana State University. 



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As far as Normal fans are concerned, the outstanding col- 
lege star of the 1939 season was none other than our own 
Burnell Webb. 

Probably the outstanding feat of this Demon flash was his 
winning of the 220-yard dash in the time of 20.6 seconds in 
the triangular meet with Louisiana State University and 
Southwestern. This was just three-tenths of a second above 
the world record for this distance established by Jesse Owens. 

Webb was also easily the star of the S. I. A. A. meet 
on the Normal track on May 6, scoring 14 1-2 points with a 
first place in the 440-yard dash, a first in the 100-yard dash, 
and a second in the 220-yard dash, and he also ran a lap on 
the winning relay team. 

At the Southwestern relays on March 25, Webb won the 
100-yard dash, for the only first place won by the Demons 
in the meet. He duplicated this feat in the S. A. A. U. meet 
in New Orleans by running the 100-yard dash in the time 
of 9.8 seconds. 




BURNELL WEBB 



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Webb winning S. I. A. A. hundred-yard dash 




SOME OF THE TRACK TEAM MEMBERS 



(1) Frank Pernici; (2) Roland Migues, Egbert Gilson; 
(3) Willard Jackson; (4) Amos Lee; (5) Scott wins for 



Normal; (6) "Shug" Murrell; (7) Walter Ledet; (8) 
Wiley Cummings, Earnest Wright, Earnest Tyler; (9) 
Ralph Tassin. 




Front Row: Meyer, George, Martin, Treadway, Jackson, Stockstill, Wright, Minter 
Second Row: McDermott, Johnson, Walker, Chandler, Kelly, Miciotto, Price. 



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(he Normal Track and Sfadium. One of the finest in the South 





First Row: Thomas, McCoy, Boswell, Cummings, T. Jackson, Morris 
Second Row: J. Jackson, Johnston, Rke, Sneed, Richards, McElroy 
Third Row: Skinner, Perkins, Starnes, Briley, Brown, Coach Prather 




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THE SCHEDULE 

lal 47; Arkansas State Teachers 30 

lal 25; Arkansas State Teachers 21 



Normal 


47; 


Arkansas State Teachers 


30 


Normal 


25; 


Arkansas State Teachers 


. 21 




41; 


Louisiana Tech 


34 


Normal 


56; 


Louisiana College 


33 


Normal 


56; 


Louisiana College 


24 


Normal 


26; 


Southwestern Louisiana 


51 


Normal 


46; 


Delta Teachers 


36 


Normal 


45; 


Stephen F. Austin 


40 




56; 


Louisiana Tech 


25 


Normal 


56; 


Louisiana Tech 


37 


Normal 


53; 


Centenary 


49 


Normal 


58; 


Louisiana College 


32 


Normal 


36; 


Southwestern Louisiana 


32 


Normal 


67; 


Louisiana Tech 


43 


Normal 


64; 


Centenary 


46 


Normal 


36; 


Southwestern 


45 


Normal 


28; 


Louisiana College 


21 


Normal 


42; 


Centenary 


30 


Normal 


42; 


Southwestern 


37 


Normal 


47; 


Centenary 


46 


Normal 


64; 


Southeastern 


51 





After taking 15 of 17 contests in the S. I. A. A. this season, 
Coach Prather's cagers were selected to represent this division of 
the conference at the annual tournament in Bowling Green, Ken- 
tucky, where the Demons won from Georgetown University, 66 to 
36, and from Mississippi Delta Teachers, 41 to 37, before dropping 
the championship tilt to Western Kentucky by a six point margin, 
39 to 33. 

The Normal five stole the show in the newly-formed state confer- 
ence by smashing through for 14 victories in 16 games, making clean 
sweeps of four game series with the Centenary Gentlemen of Shreve- 
port, the Louisiana College Wildcats of Pineville, and splitting a 
four-game series with the Southwestern Bulldogs of Lafayette. 

In their 24 games this season the Demons piled up a total of 
1,131 points for an average of 47 plus points a game, against 876 
for their opponents, or an average of 36 plus points a contest. In 
their three games in the S. I. A. A. tournament the Demons made 
140 points against 112 for their opponents. 

I. J. Jackson. 2. Richards. 3. Thomas. 4. Cummings. 5. Johnston. 




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Tandy Jackson, senior forward of Coushatta, and C L. Starnes, 
junior guard of Tioga were named on the Ail-S. I. A. A. team at 
the conference at BowUng Green. Jackson was a repeater from last 
year's select group. 

Josh Briley, six-foot nine-inch junior center, paced the Normal 
quintet with 375 points this season, set a new record in number of 
points scored in any one game during the S. I. A. A. tournament, 
when he hit the basket for 33 points in the game with Georgetown. 
Briley made 35 points against the Southeastern Lions of Hammond 
in the closing home game to set a new one-game scoring record on 
the local campus. 

Other high scorers this season included Jimmy Perkins, senior 
forward; Cummings, junior forward; Starnes, junior guard, and 
Boswell, junior guard. 

The Demons have been invited to represent the state of Louis- 
iana in the National Invitation tournament in Kansas City, Mis- 
souri, with good chances to rate high in this national competition. 



6. McElroy. 7. Lofton. 8. Morris. 9. Skinner. 10. Snead. 




Playing what was probably the shortest schedule 
in Normal's tennis history, the Demon racqueteers 
came very near being prophets of future Normal 
athletic conquests by winning four of five scheduled 
matches during the 1939 season. 

In the first match of the season, the Demons 
scored a grand slam by winning all seven matches 
from the Louisiana College Wildcats. 

Coming out of their first match of the season 
with high hopes the Demons added to their laurels 
by dropping the Centenary Gentlemen by the way- 
side by a score of 6-1, but met their superiors in 
the Oklahoma State Teachers College team. The 
Olclahomans took four out of seven matches to 
chalk up the only Demon defeat of the season. 



CAUSEY 




Returning to form in the next match, the De- 
mons swamped the Mississippi College Choctaws 
five to one and went on to defeat Centenary again 
four to two to end the 1939 season. 

The regular playing team consisted of John D. 
Bell, number one; Jack Fisher, number two; 
Henry Ford Glass, number three; Billie Pate 
Causey, number four; J. R, Sherman, number five; 
Harvell Pierce, number six. John D. Bell and 
Jack Fisher played number one doubles, and Henry 
Ford Glass and Billy Pate Causey played number 
two doubles. 





The three men lost to the Demons for the 1940 
season are Glass, Causey, and Sherman. 




First Row: L Wimberley. McCoy, Black, Sneed, Loomis, Keator, Weems, Mitchell. Second Row: Sherrard, D. 

Coach Stroud, Perkins, Kinney, Roebuclc. Sitting in front, Bobby Aiilet, Manager. 




CAPTAIN MITCHELL 




THE RESUME 

For the first time in fifteen 
years, the Demons were repre- 
sented on a baseball field in in- 
tercollegiate competition. Owing 
to the long lapse between these 
periods of active participation in 
the sport, the Demons did not 
play a complete schedule, but 
were surprisingly successful in 
the games they did play. 

TTie Centenary Gentlemen fell 
before the Purple and White 
squad twice in the two-game se- 
ries between the two clubs, as 
did Camp Beauregard of Alex- 
andria and the Montgomery All- 
stars. 

There were only two losses 
marked against the Demons, and 
both were handed them by the 
Southwestern Bulldogs of La- 
fayette. 



COACH STROUD 





Anderson teeing off 



THE RESUME 

During the 1939 season the Demon 
niblick nudgers played three matches, 
winning one while coming out on the 
short end of two. 

On April 15, the Demons were host 
to the Alabama State Teachers, who de- 
feated them 11 1-2 to 1-2. On May 4, 
Normal followed up this defeat with a 
10 1-2 to 1 1-2 victory over the South- 
western Bulldogs. 

In the third match of the season, the 
Demons again met with defeat, this 
time losing a 13 to 5 decision to South- 
western in a return match. 

The playing team consisted of James 
Anderson, number one; Durwood Began, 
number two; Pat Comeaux, number 
three; and Dolph Lee, number four. 



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Comeaux sinks a long one 



III Gill ]\U 



THE SQUAD 

Moore, Anderson, Norrls, Bogan, Lee, Comeai 






1. The 1939 summer swimming class. 

2. The class practice breaking holds. 

3. Playing between classes. 4. Instruc- 
tion in artificial respiration. 5. The 
boating class. 6. The instructors. 7. 
Instruction on helping a tired swim- 
mer. 8. The class of instructors. 




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SELECTED BY POPULAR VOTE OF 
THE STUDENTS AND FACULTY 



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RUBY HAMMONDS 

MOST POPULAR GIRL ON CAMPUS 



LOU DUPREE 

BEST GIRL DANCER 



SUE RADESCICH 

MOST POPULAR FRESHMAN GIRL 



LOYS VIDLER 

MOST POPULAR FRESHMAN BOY 




D O L P H LEE 

EST DRESSED BOY ON CAMPUS 



MARION CROMWELL 

CUTEST GIRL ON CAMPUS 



GERTRUDE ALFORD 

OST POPULAR GIRL ATHLETE 



PARKER WIGGINS 
MOST POPULAR BOY ATHLETE 




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SELECTED BY A 
FACULTY COMMITTEE 



FRANK EASON 
E. H . G I LSON 



ALMA FLUITT 
PATRICK MURPHY 



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ORGANIZATIONS 






WOMEN'S PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 

Officers 

Hernadette Dill President 

Marion Lee Vice-President 

Jo Tarlton Secretary 

Marjorie Gaunt Corresponding Secretary 

Mary Bell White Treasurer 

Miss Debbie Pinkston Faculty Advisor 

Members 

Delta Sigma Epsilon Sigma Sigma Sigma Alpha Sigma Alpha 

Marjorie Gaunt Mary Bell White Jo Tarlton 

Jo T. Calhoun Marion Cromwell Cecil Mae Caillouet 

Gene L'Herrison Annie Laurie Poe Mildred Rhodes 

Pi Kappa Sigma Theta Sigma Upsilon 
Marion Lee Bernadette Dill 

Marion See Beverly Demestre 

Undine Cathcart Carolyn Reed 

The Panhellenic Council is composed of the president and two representatives from each 
sorority. It directs all sorority affairs, especially in regard to rushing and relations of the soror- 
ities to one another. 

The council has full authority to settle questions of controversial nature which may arise 
between and among the sororities on the campus. The Panhellenic Council sponsors a tea in the 
fall for all women students who have enrolled in the college for the first time. Each spring the 
council honors its members and faculty advisor with a dinner at the Hotel Nakatosh and a spring 
dance on the campus. 

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ORGANIZATIONS 




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Firit Row: Aaroa, Alford, AUday, Andrus, Atwood, Calhoun, Campbell, Childress, Qinton. Second Row: Davis, 
Durrett, D. Edgerton. S. Edgerton, Gaunt. Green, Hall. Hill, Holloway. Third Row: Hyams, Jackson. Keith, 
Keys«r, L'Herrison. Montz. Morgan. McCrea. Nelken. Fourth Row: Quinn, Ristom, Shaw, Sibley, Stewart, J. Straughn, 
M. Straughn. Volk, WelU, Willis 



DELTA SIGMA EPSILON 

Colors: Green and Cream 

Frater in Facultate 
Miss Annetta L. Wood 

Class of 1940 
Eleanor Hughes Margaret Morgan 

Gertrude Alford Martha Effie Ham. 

Class of 1941 
Mae Boniv Litha Davis 

Jo T. Calhouv Geraldine Jones 

Sybil Childress 

Class of 1942 
Betiy Campbell Mary Margaret Hughes 

Daisy Bell Edgerton Adeline Hyams 
ARET Straughn K.wherine Shaw Betty W 

Class of J 94 J 
Faye LeGendre Nancy Fe.atherhokk 

Marilyn Keyser Elizabeth Lee Stewari 

Hazel Holloway Patsy Sibley 

Virginia McCrea Marie Jackson 

Patronesses 
Mrs. M. Brazeale Mrs. Ai.leman 



Frances Allday 
Wilma LeGendre 
Sammie Hill 



.^LiCE Mae Montz 
Margery Babin 



Mildred Atwood 
Ann Bonin 

Marg 



C. C. Aaron 
Betty Nelken 
Betty Volk 
Lillian Quinn 



Mrs. C. C. Stroud 



Helen D'Abadie 
Marjorie Gaunt 
JiMMiE Straughn 

Lennis Durrett 
Marjorie Clinton 



Gene L'Herrison 
Theresa Ristom 

ILI.IS 



Jane Keith 
Stella Edgerton 
Marjorie Wells 



Mrs. W. Brazeale 




ORGANIZATIONS 






rinr Row: Adams, Brickell, Browne, Carroll, Cobb, Cook, Cromwell. Dickers. 
Flowers, Griffin, Hammonds, Hathorn, HoUey, Law. Third Row: Lowe, Mo 
Schlernitzauer, L. Smith. M. Smith. Fourth Row: S. Smith, Truly, A. Waldro 
V. White. Whittington. 



Second Row: Dupree, Ferguson, 
G. McLean, M. McUan, Poe, 
Waldron, M. White, N. White, 



Flower: Violet 



SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 

ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 

Founded at Virginia State Teachers College, Farmville, Virginia, 
Established at L. S. N. C. in 1928 



Faculty Advisor 
Miss Thera Stovall 



Colors: Purple and White 



Ruby Hammonds 

Mary Virginia Hathorn 



June Brickell 
Catherine Carroll 
Marion Cromwell 



Nellie White 
Irma Waldron 
Sub Radescich 



Class of 1940 

Waldron Corin> 

Class of 1 94 1 



Jane Caldwell 

Class of 1942 



Johnnie King 
Ethel Flowers 
LaMerle Woodfin 



Sheila Caldwell 
Virginia White 
Margie McLean 



Class of 1943 



Gretchen McLean 
Margie Cobb 
Alleyne Ferguson 



Beverly Whittington 
Nell Law 

Mary Catherine Griffi 



Fratres in Facultate 

Thera Stovall June Cooley 

Patronesses 

)m Mrs. E. L. McClung 



Sara Helene Holley 
Iavinia Smith 
Elaine Truly 





ORGANIZATIONS 





First Row: Andrews, Armour, Backes, Braud. Breaux, Burford, Carville, Chaze, Qeveland, Coats. Second Row: Dill, 
Duhe, Dumescre. Dupuy, B. George, M. George, Guidry, Hanlon, Harbourt, Hochcndcl. Third Row: Honeycutt, 
Hynson, Jones, Koon, Langlois, Lester, Messa. Messer, Montgomery, Nabours. Fourth Row: Odom, Roy, M. Reed, 
C. Reed, Smith, Schexnaidre. Scherz, Shelton. Wyatt. 



THETA SIGMA UPSILON 



KAPPA CHAPTER 

Kansas State Teachers College, Emporia, Kansas, 1907 
Established at L. S. N. C. in 1928 



Flower: Rose 



Member in Faculty 
Miss Hope Haupt 

Class of 1940 



Class of 1 94 1 



Colors: Rose and Silver 



Clara Watkins 



Elizabeth Burford 
Elaine Carville 
Ruth Colvin 
Joycelyn Crowe 



Shirley Backes 
Marie Louise Breaux 
Dorothy Cleveland 



Class of 1942 



Betty Ann George 
Mary Jane George 
Ann Hynson 
Katherine Koon 



Adele Mfssa 
Annie L. Mont 
Nell Nabours 
Mary Lucille Reed 



Class of 1943 



Eva Kate Dumb. 
Ruth Hanlon 
Ruth Hochgnoel 



Sue Jones 
Jeanne Langlois 
Dorothy Lester 




Betty Ann Roy 
Adair Scherz 
Marjorie Shelton 



Bonnie Mae Messeh 
LeVonne Odom 
Adelaide Smith 



ORGANIZATIONS 





First Row: Bell, Bowman, Bozcman, D. Elston, L. Elston, Cathcart. Second Row: Chapman, Faraldo, Few, Gay, 
Gelling, Green. Third Row: Grow, Kenny, F. Lee. M. Lee, Levy, McCardell. Fourth Row: McRae, Norris, See, 
Sherman, Shively. Sikes. Whittington 



PI KAPPA SIGMA 



Marion Lee . . . 
Marion See . . 
ShiPley Geiling 
Jane McCardell 
Undinb Cathcart 



Phi Kappa Sigma, established nationally in 1894 at Michigan State Normal, Ypsilanti, Mich- 
igan; Alpha Delta Chapter was established in 1938 at Louisiana State Normal College. 

Officers 

President Marie L. Marin Assistant Tn 



Vice-President 

■ . Recording Secretary 
Corresponding Secretary 



Marguerite Grow Press Agi 

LbMerle Elston Keeper of Archv 

Marion Sherman Sergeant-at-Ar 

Miss Debbie Pinkston Advi 



LeMerle Elston 



Undine Cathcart 



Class of 1940 

Shirley Geiling Esther A^ 

Millicent Shell 

Class of 1 94 1 

Marion Lee 



Marie Louise Marin 



Phoebe Bowman 
Billijune Few 



Mrs. Lily Ducournau 



Class of 1942 



Patronesses 



Maxine Sikes 



Miss Mary Wi> 



Dorothy Belisle 
Betty Bell 
Mae Bell 
Elizabeth Bozeman 



Pledges 



Marion Chapman 
Dorothy Elston 
Lorraine Faraldo 
Mandalou Gay 



Olive Greene 
Georgia Kemp 
Frances Lee 
Leon McRae 



Shirley Potts 
Janet Shively 
BiLLiE Slaughter 








F,r,t Row: Alcock. Alexander, Allen, Barr, Butler, CaiUouet. Cheves, J. Davis. N. Davis. Second Row: Downs, 

Ruitt, Fournet, Gamble, Gachright, Gibbs, C. Gibion, K. Gibson, Gremillion. Third Row: Hawkins, J. Jones, Y. 

Jones, E. Killen, L. Killen, Lester, Lovcll, Mobley, Nance, Newman. Fourth Row: Rhodes, Russell, Sutton, Swett, 
Tarlton, Thomas, Thompson, Tomlinson, Townsend, Wardlow. 



ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 



Founded at State Teachers College, Farmviile, Virginia, 1901 
Established at L. S. N. C. in 1930 
Flon'crs: Chrysanthemum and Jonquil Colors: Pearl White and Crimson 

Faculty Advisor 
Miss Clio Allek 

Class of 1040 

Alma Fluitt LaVbrgne Killen Jo Tarlton 

Claire Hargis Mildred Rhodes Lucy Helen T 

Manett Swett 



Curdice Allums 
Bonnie Barrilleaux 
Velma Barrilleaux 



Frances Rae Alexander 
Joyce Bachemin 
Mary Elizabeth Barr 
Cecil Mae Caillouet 



Carolyn Allen 
Gwendolyn Andrews 
Billie Cheves 
Joy Lee Davis 



Mrs. W. E. Brock 



Class of 1 94 J 

IvA Blanche Butler Inez Gamble 

Mary Allen Caraway Margie Gathright 

Virginia Downs Carolyn Gibson 



Class of 

Nan Davis 
Sidney Gremillion 
Dorothy Jean Gibbs 
Genevieve Jones 



J 942 

AvA Louise Lester 
Verlon Lovell 
Velma Nance 
Helen Newman 



Elizabeth Wardlow 
Kathryn Gibson 
Louise Hawkins 



Class of 1 94 J 

Martha Haygood 
Martha Johnson 
Elaine Killen 



Patronesses 

Ruby Dunckleman Mrs. 

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Yvonne Jones 
Gwendolyn Russell 
Frances Thomas 



Thelma Palmer 
Marcile Prudhomme 
Judith Tomlinson 



Etoile Mobley 
loNE Sutton 
Frances Thompson- 
Eleanor Williams 



Mrs. Harry Suddath 




ORGANIZATIONS 





Fmt Row: Anthony, Bell, Black, Bradley. Second Row: Comeaux, Faith, Riggen, Swett, Gr. 



INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL 

Officers 

ScRiVEN Swett President 

John D. Beli Vice-President 

Dewey Black Secretary-Treasurer 



Lambda Zeta 

Charles Green 
Pat Comeaux 
Dewey Black 



Representatives 

Phi Kappa Nu 

John D. Bell 
HOYT Anthony 
John Faith 



Siyma Tau Gamma 
ScRivEN Swett 
Glen Riggin 
Melvin Bradley 



The Interfraternity Council was organized at the Normal in the spring term of 1938 to 
create more congenial relationship between the fraternities on the campus and to assist in the 
making of a bigger and better Louisiana State Normal College. 

The organization is composed of three representatives from each' fraternity. It directs all 
fraternity affairs, especially those matters in regard to rushing and pledging. The council has 
authority to settle questions of controversial nature which arise between and among the social 
fraternities on the campus. The council hopes to be able to sponsor sometime each year an 
interfraternitv dance at which it will be the host of the student bodv of the Normal. 





ORGANIZATIONS 






mm 




l-.nl Rou: Anderson. Ballard, Black, Bogan, Bond, Clark. Comeaux. Cunningham. Duffy. Second Ron: Efurd, Faraldo, 
Gathright, Gliss, Greene, W. Greene, Hanchey, Harper, Harrison. Third Ron: Henry, Hicks, Hunter, Lee. McNeely 
Morris, Murphy, Palmer. J. Perkins. Fourth Row: J. Perkins. Powell, Pullen. Roberts. Shehane, Snoddy. Sutton. 
Warren, Watkins, Wimberly 



Patrick Murphy 
DoLPH Lee . . 



LAMBDA ZETA 



Officers 

President Durwood Bogan 

■Preiident Robert Paimer 



Secretary-TreasureT 
. Sergeant-dt-Armi 



Class of 1940 



Dewey Black 
Durwood Bogan 
John D. Gathright 



James Anderson 
Russell Bond 
Harold Gargle 



W. D. Ballard 
John Blalock 
U. T. Downs 
Norman Hanchu 



Henry F. Glass 
Charles Greene 
Carl Henry 



A. W. Hicks 
DoLPH Lee 
Patrick Murphy 



Duval Wimberly 

Class of 1941 



Pat Comeaux 
John Duffy 
William GREE^ 



Sompayrac Jones 
John N. McNeei.y 
Glen Morris 



Edwin Watkins 

Class of 1942 



Wayne Harper 
Otho Harrison 
Wallace Hunter 
W. L. Johnson 



John Lowekv 
Robert Palmhj 
Lee Prather 
Ralph Prie.st 



Lewis Norris 
James Perkins 
Paul Powell 



Jack Pullen 
G. J. Shehane 
Douglas Snoddy 



Elton Shaw 
BuFORD Sutton 
James Tilley 



Class of 1 943 



Iack Faraldo Pete Hughes 

OC. H. House James Iles 

Vernon Warren 

Faculty Advisors 

LoRANE Brittain Charles Cunningham 




ORGANIZATIONS 







Ftrst Row: Adkins, Bradley, Carter, Clark, Craft, Cravens, Dew. Second Row: Dosher, Dupuy, Eason, Gibbcns 
Green, Kridet, Long. Thnd Row: Loe, McSherry, Pierce, Rhodes, Ricks, Riggin, Scurria. Fourth Row: Shell, Sher 
rard, Swett, Waller, Warner, Wells, Wiggins, Williams. 



SIGMA TAU GAMMA 



SCRIVEN SwETT Prt 

Glenn Riggin Vice-Pr, 

DoNNiE Waller Se 

Frank Eason .... 



Abe Rhodes Treasur 

Melvin Bradley Chapla 

Meredith Cravens Saga Corresponde 

Sergeant-at-Arm! 



Members 



Warren Allen 
Bill Abington 
Penny Adkins 
Melvin Bradley 
ToxY Bourn 
Kent Buckingham 
Robert Clark 
Meredith Cravens 
Hugh Carter 
Newton Forrest 
Coleman Forsyth 
Gary Fournet 
Graves Hundley 



Francis Herman 
Jack Dew 
Phillip Kooncf 
George Gibbens 
Frank Eason 
Billy Dyre 
Harvell Pierce 
Z. T. Craft 
Albert Green 
Jack Payne 
Cotton Meagher 
C. M. McSwain 



Vic Murilla 
Elliott Ginsburg 
Bill Dosher 
LocKETT Wells 
Denton Shell 
Charles Dupuy 
Jett Ricks 
Sonny Thomas 

BiLLIE TaNNEHILI. 

James Richard 
Abe Rhodes 
John Woodyard 



Donnie Waller 
Parker Wiggins 
Jack Warner 
Glen Riggin 
ScRivEN Swett 
Wright Sherrard 
Perry Angle 
Dwight MacCurdy 
Sam Scurria 
Albert Long 
Laverne Williams 
Joe Krider 
James Taylor 



Sigma Tau Gamma is the only national educational 
fraternity on the campus. Nu Chapter was established 
at the Louisiana State Normal College January 29, 
1929, with twenty-six charter members. 

Being a teachers' college fraternity, Sigma Tau 
Gamma is composed of chapters in teachers' colleges 
and normal schools of standard collegiate rank and is 



distinguished by being the oldest fraternity of its kind 
in the United States. 

Nu Chapter emerged from Sigma Delta Tau and 
requires high standards from its proposed members. 
Men must be in the upper levels morally and must be 
average or above mentally before they are accepted 
for membership. 





ORGANIZATIONS 





ndler, Dugger. Second Koo 
Third Row: Shaw, Wright 



Honeycutt, Lamrip. Riddick. 



THE WESLEY FOUNDATION 

Officers 

Inez McGhee President 

Bartene Warner Vuc-Pres'tdent 

Mary Elizabeih Barr Secretary 

Miss Mamie Chandler . Director 



Rlih Wright 
Poi.i v Honeycutt 
Wii i.iE Lois Antilley 
Lester Lantrip 



Cabinet Members 

A. B. Cavanauch 
Vera Dugger 
Katherine Shaw 
Ruby Riddick 



Elaine Kinchen 
IvA Blanche Butler 
John Faith 
Everette CJarlington 



The Wesley Foundation is the Methodist Church at work in the college commuiiitv, seeking 
to provide for the spiritual, moral, and social needs of students. Its purpose is to lead students 
to the Christian point of view in terms of intellectual and personal integrity, and to help them 
make readjustments incident to their expanding knowledge and their new experiences in col- 
lege life; to develop a supporting group in which individuals will mutually strengthen one an- 
other in Christian living; to relate the student vitally of the Christian living; to help create a 
new order (the Kingdom of God) embodying Christian ideals and conserving the highest hu- 
man values. 




ORGANIZATIONS 





Broussard, Caillouet, Dugger, Dix. Sec 
r; McCarthy, Moncla, Neesom, Nunez. 

Ussery, Wagner, Young. 



OB'.- Giambellu 
Phillips. Fo: 



Guillory. Hall, Ha 
Rov: Smith, Tho 



PI DELTA EPSILON 

ALPHA CHAPTER 

Officers 

Vera Dugger President 

J.VMES West Vice-President 

Ruth Thomas . Secretary 

Gertrude Alford Treasurer 

Laura Belle Pitts Corresponding Secretary 

Members 

Gertrude Alford H. L. Barr Bernice Bedingfield 

Henry Bernard Elsie Rita Broussard Vesta Caillouet 

Elizabeth Cunningham Wilburn Dix Vera Dugger 

Dr. L. E. Fox Na Giambeli.usa Hazel Hollowav 

Henry Gregoro Bessie Guillory Charles T. Hall 

Claire Hargis D. L. B. Hughes Dr. P. B. Hussey 

Dorothy Jenkins Lester Lantrip Marion Lay 

R. G. Markam Jewell McCarthy Clinton Miley 

Leonie Moncla Virginia Neesom S. N. Nelken 

Alfreda Nunez Juanita Smith Dr. C. C. Stroud 

Laura Belle Pitts Doris Wagner Ruth B. Thomas 

Roy Ussery R. D. Young James West 
Juanita Phillips 

The purpose of Pi Delta Epsilon is to encourage those interested in Biology and related 
fields; to aid as much as possible in bringing about a better fellowship among its members; and 
to promote the general welfare of the Louisiana State Normal College. 



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EXECUTIVE 


COUNCIL 


OF B. S. U. 




Officers 










































































Poster Chairman 






. . . Sunday School Representative 






. . . Baptist Student Representative 






. . . Sunday School Representative 






. . . Club Y. JV. A. Representative 






Tonn Y. JV. A. Representative 






. . B. T. U. Representative 





















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ORGANIZATIONS 











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First Row: Adams, Brown, Davis, Dill, Dupree, Fluitt. Second Row: Fournet, Gathright. Gaunt, Hami 
Jackson. Third Row: Lee, Levy, Lowe, McCardell, Morgan, Palmer. Fourth Row: Phillips, Poe, Ric 



FINE ARTS CLUB 



JiMMYE Jackson- President 



Doris Adams 
Eleanor Brown 
Jane Caldwell 
Marian Corbht 
Helen D'Abadie 
Litha Davis 
Bernadette Dill 
Lou Dupree 



Members 

Alma Fluitt 
Frances May Fournet 
Margie Gathright 
Marjorie Gaunt 
Mary Cecile Hamilton 
Theresa Harbourt 
JiMMYE Jackson 
Marion Lee 
Esther Anne Levy 



Helen Lowe 
Margaret Morgan 
Jane McCardell 
Mary Elizabeth Palmer 
JuANiTA Phillips 
Annie Laurie Poe 
Ruby Riddick 
Mary Bell White 



The Fine Arts Club of the Louisiana State Normal College has as its purpose the sponsoring 
of intellectual and cultural ideals on the campus. It consists of twenty-five members who are 
particularly outstanding in the finer arts. The club sponsors an annual spring festival with 
one outstanding purpose, the promotion of interest in original one-act plays, poetry, and original 
musical compositions relative to the life of St. Denis, the founder of Natchitoches. During the 
holiday season the club sponsors an annual Christmas pageant. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 





h,r,t Row: Alliion, Caldwell. Davis, Gindratt, Gaar. Second Row: Hall, Jones, Kilgore. Kincaid. Kinchen. Third 
Rov: Mason, Monks, Schlernitzauer, Wade, Wood, Wright 




Y. W. C. A. CABINET 



Officers 



Ruth Allison; President 

Martha Effie Hall . . I'ice-Presidfnl 

Sheila Caldweli Secretary 

Helen Davis . . Corresponding Secretary 

Margaret Wood Treasurer 

Charlese Kilgore . . . M. If. Chairman 

Rlby Monks Program 

Inez McGhee Prayer Meeting 

Dorothy Belisle Social Service 

Meiva Maysok 



Lois Gellatly Recreation 

Mary L. Schlernitzauer . . . Publicity 

Abilene Gindratt Reporter 

EvoRA Gaar Arrangement 

Elaine Kinchen House 

Eleanor Kincaid • • Orphan 

Anice Jones Pianist 

Est A Mae Wade Chorister 

Ruth Wright Felloivship 

. Radio Chairman 



The Y. W. C. A. was formed in 1911 by the union of the King's Daughters and the Devo- 
tional Circle, two organizations for creating greater fellowship among the women students and 
the faculty and to draw them closer to their Creator. 

The purpose of the Y. W. C. A. is to unite girls in a desire to live a full and creative life; 
to share this life with others and to seek to understand Jesus and to follow him. The primary 
function of the Christian Association is to discover through study and insight the inherent value 
in religion and to make them effective in all our hiiman relationships. 




ORGANIZATIONS 






THE Y. M. C. A. 



Officers 

Hugh Carter President Harvell Pierce . Representative at Large 

Melvin Bradley .... Vice-President Hoyt Sparks . . Representative at Large 

Leslie Graham Secretary Wilburk Dix Chairman of Church Relations 

Z. T. Craft Treasurer D.avid Bramlett . Freshman Commissioner 

DoNNiE Waller Chairman Wilbur Kirkpatrick Freshman Commissioner 

Charles Richey Chairman Charles Hall . . Freshman Commissioner 

George Hughes Pianist J. C. Byram . . . Freshman Commissioner 

Jack Fisher Reporter H. L. Prather Faculty Advisor 



The Young Men's Christian Association of the Louisiana State Norma! College is an organ- 
ization of religious students. Its chief aim is to be an active factor in all forms of moral and 
Christian \vork properly within the scope of such an organization ; to bring the young men into 
a closer and practical relationship among themselves and their Creator. It also encourages at- 
tendance at the churches. 

The "Y" is ready at all times to assist all students contemplating entering Normal. It offers 
the services of two of its members each year to serve as Freshman Commissioners at the Normal. 





EUTHENICS CLUB 



Annie Sartalamachia 
Elizabeth Huckabay . . 
Margaret Clair Watkins 



Club Officers 

Prcsidcni Earline Harris Trttuurer 

Presideni Jewel Blackburn Reporter 

Secretary Miss ESTHER CooLEY Sponsor 



Members 



Eleanor Kincaid 
Nell Roberts 
Marie Tatum 
Neoma Sexton 
Juanita Phillips 
Vivian Marcella 
Vaunceil Plauche 
Doris Davis 
Hallie Gunter 
Irma Mager 
Gladys McCartney 
Mildred Hendricks 
Mary Neesom 
Willy Sibly 
Lucy Bailey 



Verline Wyatt 
Louise Harvey 
Elvia Kin CHEN 
Jewel Blackburn 
Olive Merritt 
Vera Johnson 
Grace Bullock 
Leo Crain 
Camille Gaar 
Anice Jones 
Lois Gallently 
Helen D'Abadie 
Mary Allen Caraway 
Helen Newman 
RowENA Fusilier 



Justine Ruth Lambert 
Earline Harris 
Ina Zimmer 
Roma Scroggin 
Paula Holman 
Dorothy Bell 
Cecil Caillouet 
Mary Elizabeth Barb 
Marion Fisher 
Katherine Koon 
Maxine Aycock 
Athalie Ward 
Velma Nance 
Elizbaeth Bureord 
Ferne Sullivan 



Mable Conerly 
Zuba Hollingsworth 
Evora Garr 
Willie Lois Antillev 
DoRRis Adams 
Melba Pennington 
Mildred Rhodes 
Joy Burnham 
Elizabeth Huckabay 
Clair Watkins 
Mary Jane George 
Bessie Hudson 
Catherine Shaw 
Marie Louise Marin 
Annie Sartalamachia 



The Euthenics Club was founded at Louisiana State Normal College in 1926. In the beginning it 
was operated as a credit club, but in the past few years, scholarship has been the basis for member- 
ship. This year the membership is not based upon scholarship, but any Home Economics student who 
is interested in promoting a professional spirit is eligible for membership. This club also endeavors to 
encourage sociability among its members. The Euthenics Club is a member of the National Home 
Economics Association, and has been represented at several of the national meetings: Atlanta, Chicago, 
.Milwaukee, Kansas City, and San Antonio. 



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First Row: AntiUey. Bramlett, Byram, Caldwell, Carville, Dumescre. Se<ond Row: George, Green, Gremillion, Ha 
Hall, Hudson. ThirJ Row: Kenny, Koon, Langley, Marcello, Messa. Schlernitzauer. Shaw. 



FRESHMAN COMMISSION 



Officers 

David Bramlett President 

Elaine Carville ■ Vice-President 

Sheila Caldwell Secretary-Treasurer 



Lois Antillev 
David Bramlett 

J. C. BVRAM 

Shelia Carville 
Berverly Dumestre 
Betty Ann George 



Members 

Mable Green 
Sidney Gremillio> 
Scott Hale 
Charles Hall 
Bessie Hudson 



Marjorie Kenny 
Katherine Koon 
Vivian Langley 
Vivian Marcello 
Mary L. Schlernitzauer 
Katherine Shaw 



The Freshman Commission was organized at the Louisiana State Normal College in the 
spring of 1927. The aims of the organization are to promote training in leadership, a spirit of 
service, and spiritual growth among its members. The members are chosen from the Freshman 
Class on the basis of service to their respective organization, character and scholarship. 

On Freshman Day the members serve as guides to the incoming students. Miss Catherine 
Winters is faculty sponsor of the group. 




ORGANIZATIONS 





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Firjj Rov: Adams. Bramlett. Broufsard. Campbell, Qemenc, Cook, Davis, Dugger. Second Row: Duhe, Dupree. 

Gellatly, Guntcr, Hammonds, Harbouit. Hart, Harvey. Third Rov: Hilliard. H. HoUoway, M. Holloway, Hiidson, 

Kemp. Langley, McCurdy, McCarthy. Fourth Row: Neesom, Nunez, Reeder, Robinson. Sayes, Shaw, Slawson, 

Smith, Sylvest 



THE T. H. HARRIS SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION 

Officers 

Roy Usserv President Vera Dugger Secretary 

Margaret Wood Vice-President Russell Bond Treasurer 

Floyce Yates Reporter 



Members 



DoRRis Adams 
Elsie Broussard 
Betty Campbell 
Juliette Clement 
CoRiNNE Coor 
Marion Corbitt 
Helen Davis 
Theresa Harbourt 



Gwendolyn Sylvest 



Rogers . . . 
. Faculty Spons 



Colene Hart 
Hazel Holloway 
Vivian Langley 
Jewell McCarthy 
Alfreda Nunez 
Sybil Robertson 
Katherine Shaw 
David Bramlett 



Eva Kate Duhe 
Doris Dupree 
Lois Gellatly 
Hallie Gunter 
Ruby Hammonds 
Ella Mae Harvey 
Winfrey Hilliard 
Marjorie Holloway 



Bessie Hudson 
Georgia Kemp 
Dwight McCurdy 
Virginia Neeson 
Louise Reeder 
LeRoy Sayes 
Helen Slawson 



The T. H. Harris Scholarship Foundation was 
founded by the State Legislature of Louisiana in 1937 
in recognition of services rendered by State Superin- 
tendent of Schools, T. H. Harris. 

Its purpose is to promote cooperation among and be- 
tween the members and the faculty; to develop a spirit 



of leadership ; to promote high standards of scholarship 
and character; to constitute a forum for discussing 
matters of general interest and to improve student life 
at the Louisiana State Normal College. Members of 
this organization retain membership for life. 
Colors: Blue, Gold, and White. 




ORGANIZATIONS 





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F.rsf Row: AUday, Bond. Boucher, Fisher, Green, Hagewood, Herman. Second Ron: Holland, Jone>, Kemp, LaCour, 
LeGendre, L'Herrison, Miller. Third Row: Moffct, Morris. A. Myers. G. Myers, Paul, Pierce, Richardson. Fourth 
Rov: Rhodes, Slawson, Straughn, Waller. Williams, Winn, Wood 



PI OMEGA PI 



Officers 



Jack L Fisher Preside 

Habvell Pierce Vice-Prestde 

Aliene RicharDSO-N Secretary-Treasur 



J.MMIE Straughn HistorUn-ReporUr 

Francis Herman p, pmega P, News Eduor 

N B. Morrison f,,^,,^ ^^^^^^^ 



Members 



N. B. Morrison 
Robert Easley 
Aliene Richardson 
Francis Herman 
JiMMiE Straughn 
Jack L. Fisher 
Harvell Pierce 
Abe Rhodes 
Mary K. Woodyard 
J. C. DeBlieux 



Mackie V. Miller 
Merle Rivers 
Ethel H. Kelley 
Frances Allday 
Mae Bonin 
Geneva Hagewood 
Marjorie LaCour 
Evelyn Morris 
DoNNiE Waller 
Georgia Kemp 



Albert W. Green 
Gene L'Herisson 
Russell Bond 
Christine Knotts 
Katie Boucher 
Mary Parish Bell 
MiLLicENT Shell 
Abilene Gindratt 
Marion Winn 
Lloyd Paul 



Helen Slawson 
Margaret Wood 
Bernice Holland 
Allie D. Myers 
Wilma LeGendre 
Fred Moffett 
Jack Williams 
Yvonne Jones 
Gertrude Myers 



The Alpha Nu Chapter of Pi Omega Pi was installed at the Louisiana State Normal College 
in the fall of 1938 with fifteen charter members. The purpose of this honorary commercial 
fraternity is to encourage, promote, extend and create interest and scholarship in commerce, and 
to teach the ideal of service as the basis of all worthy enterprise. The requirements for mem- 
bership are "B" average in Commerce and high scholastic average in all other subjects. 




ORGANIZATIONS 




PURPLE JACKET CLUB 



Officers 

Joy BURKMAM President 

Lois Geli.atlv Vice-President 

Mary Bei.i. White Secretary 

LaVerne Kii.LEV Treasurer 

Miss Catherine Z. Winters Sponsor 



Members 



Dorris Adams 
Margery Babiv 
Bermce Bedincfiei.I) 
Joy Blrmiam 
Mar^ Alien C"ara\\a\ 
Bernadette Dii.i. 



Dorothy Dowdy 

LeMeRLE El.STON' 

EvoRA Gaar 
Shirley Ceiling 
Lois Gellati.y 
Abilene Gindratt 
Theresa Harbourt 



Sammie Hill 
La Verne Kii.i.en 
Inez McGhee 
Alice Voltz 
Mary Bell White 
Margaret Wood 




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KAPPA DELTA PI 



Officers 



DoRRis Adams 
Helen Davis 



President 

Vice-President 

Theresa Harbourt .... 

Colors: Jade, 



Jor Burnham . . . 
Harvell Pierce . . 

Recording Hi 

, and Violet 



. Secretary 



Members 



Dorris Adams 
Alia Boudreaux 
Ruby Dunckleman 
Ethel H. Kelly 
Dr. M. p. Rogers 
Mary Bell White 
Shirley Ceiling 
Sybil Childress 
Doris Dupree 
Jewel McCarthy 



Clio Allfn 
Dorothy Cohen 
F. A. Ford 
LaVerne Killen 
Nellie Senska 
Mary Winters 
A. C. Maddox 
Ruby Monks 
Ruby Hammonds 
Helen Andrews 



Joy Burnham 
June Cooley 
Eve Mouton 
CoRiNNE Sills 
Margaret Wood 
Harvell Pierce 
Inez McGhee 
Marguerite Dupont 
EvoRA Gaar 
Bernadette Dill 



Mamie Bowman 
Elizabeth Cunningham 
Theresa Harbourt 
Louise Reeder 
Ruth Thomas 
Martha Feltus 
Helen Davis 
Lois Gallatly 
Ruby Riddick 



Kappa Delta Pi, national honorary society in education was founded at the University of 
Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, March i8, 1911. Gamma Phi Chapter was established at the Louisiana 
State Normal College on May 11, 1934, by Dr. T. C. McCracken, National President. 

The purpose of Kappa Delta Pi is to encourage high intellectual and scholastic standards, to 
further the interest of education by recognizing outstanding contribution and to aid teachers in 
the attainment of their goals through cooperation and fellowship. Members are selected from 
student body and faculty. 




ORGANIZATIONS 






FiTst Row: Conerly, Cook, Duffy, Glass. Second Row: Harbourt, White, 



ALPHA PHI GAMMA 

Officers 

CoRiNNE Cook President 

Mary Bell White Vice-President 

Theresa Harbourt Secretary 

Pledges 

Henry Ford Glass Erbon Wise Mayble Conerly 

John Duffy 

Alpha Phi CJamma, national coeducational journalistic fraternity, is the oldest hon- 
orary organization of its kind on the campus. The local Iota Chapter was organized 
on the campus in 1927. 

The standards of the fraternity are very high and the invitation to membership is 
extended only to those who have excelled in the field of journalism through work on 
either Current Sauce or Potpourri staffs. 

R. L. Ropp, former national president, is faculty adviser for the local chapter. 

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ORGANIZATIONS 





First Row: Caillouet, Decoteau, Geiling, Harbourt. Second Row: Henderson, Sartalamachia, Schexnaidre, Sci 



NEWMAN CLUB 



Officers 

Theresa Harbourt President 

Shirley Geiling First Vice-President 

Vesta Caillouet Second Vice-President 

Annie Sartalamachia Recording Secretary 

Tessie Schexnaidre Corresponding Secretary 

Dick Henderson Treasurer 

O'Neil Decoteau Historian 

Sam Scurria Marshal 



The Newman Club is a club of Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship, organ- 
ized in non-Catholic colleges and universities of the United States. The purposes of 
the Newman Clubs are identical with the activities, religious, educational, and social, 
in the order of importance. Activities of the Club include corporate communions, 
discussion study clubs, retreats, parties, picnics, and dances. 

The chapter of the Newman Club at the Louisiana State Normal College was 
established in the fall of 1935. The faculty advisors are Mr. Eugene Watson, Mrs. 
W. H. Pierson, and Mrs. Frances Phelps. 

The chapter made Newman Club history when in November, 1939, it initiated a 
group of Louisiana Tech students and installed a chapter of the club at that college. 

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ORGANIZATIONS 




DEMETER 



Officers 

Roy Gentry Prrsident 

Elton Kelly Vtce-Presid,nt 

Erbon W. Wise Secretary-Treasurer 

WooDROW Miller Degree Captain 

James West Scrgeant-at-Arms 

Curtis Price Reporter 

S. W. Nelken Faculty Advisor 



Mfaibers 



Harlev Adams 
J. D. Boston 
Arie Chandler 
T. C. Frances 
Bryan Gordon 

CiARLAND LanGKORD 

I AMES Melton 
S. W. Nelken 
Iris Ali en Price 
iiarr^ s0mpa^rac 



Earnest Tyler 
James West 
Ernest Wright 
Willie Black 
J. B. Burns 
Dallas Cline 
Walter Fletcher 
E. L. Kelly 
Amos Lee 
Roland Migues 



Jimmie Perkins 
Oi.ivEA Rhodes 
Clement Sparks 
Jack Warner 
Ralph Whitner 
Ted Wright 
Billy Bolton 
J. C. Byram 
Cliff Dry 
Roy Gentry 



Elton Kelly 
Fred Marabie 
WooDROW Miller 
Curtis Price 
Talbert Simpson 
C. L. Starnes 
Tracy Weems 
Erbon W. Wise 
R. D. Young 



Heta Chapter of Demeter was founded at the Louisiana State Normal College in 
December, 1935. 

The fraternity is a national professional agricultural organization, which has for 
its purpose to uphold the highest of ideals and principles and the situations of interest 
in the field of Agriculture. 




ORGANIZATIONS 







PHI ALPHA THETA 

Officers 

Pat Murphy President 

Louise Reeder Vice-President 

Marjorie Holloway Secretary 

LeMerle Elston Treasurer 

Members 

Helen Andrews Le Merle Elston Pat Murphy 

SYBn> Childress Ruby Hammonds Louise Reeder 

Juliette Clements Theresa Harbourt Alice Voltz 

Helen Davis Marjorie Holloway Mary Bell White 

DoRRis Dupree Katherine Lazarus Ruth Wright 

Daisy Bell Edgerton Inez McGhee John Duffy 

Ruby Monks 

Pi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was founded at the Louisiana State Normal Col- 
lege on March 21, 1934. 

The fraternity is a national honorary organization which has for its purpose the 
study of history and the promotion of interest in the subject. Membership is selective, 
bids being issued on a basis of high scholarship in history and other academic work. 

]\Iiss Catherine Winters is faculty adviser. 

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ORGANIZATIONS 






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G. Fournct, MeUncon, Ruth Thomas, Roy Ussery, Sam Mayeaux, Corinne Gjok. St 
Ducournau, J. W. Webb, L. S. Miller, Hugh Carter, R. J. Sudbury, Jr. 

Members not pictured above: V. A. Dunham, Charles Green 



nd Row: A. L. 



LAMBDA DELTA LAMBDA 

Officers 

Roy Ussery President 

Hugh Carter Vice-President 

R. J. Sudbury Secretary and Treasurer 



Lambda Delta Lambda is a national coeducational honorary fraternity which 
embraces the fields of Chemistry and Physics. It was brought to Louisiana State 
Normal College in 1931. Since that time Lambda Delta Lambda has been an out- 
standing organization on the campus and has succeeded in carrying out the purpose 
for which it was founded. 

Students become members of Lambda Delta Lambda by invitation. Before an in- 
vitation can be extended a student, he must have completed fourteen semester hours in 
Chemistry or Physics, or both, and he must have an average grade of B or higher in 
the.se .subjects and a general average grade of C or better in his other courses. Three 
semester hours of College Mathematics may be substituted for three of the semester 
hours of Chemistry or Physics mentioned heretofore. 

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THE "N" CLUB 



Officers 



Elton Kelly . 
John Renwick 



. . President 
Vice-President 



Frank Eason 
L. S. Miller 



. Secretary 
Treasurer 



Members 



John D. Bell 
Harry Creichton 
Jack L. Fisher 
Roy Gentry 
WiLLARD Jackson 
Burnell Webb 
WooDROw Miller 
Willie Black 
John Renwick 
Henry Ford Glass 



Wilbur Kirkpatrick 
David Bramlett 
Alman Marron 
Talbert Simpson 
Elton Kelly 
Joe Moncla 
Roland Migubs 
Ernest Tyler 
E. H. Gilson 
Tandy Jackson 
Hampden Murrell 



JiMMiE Perkins 
Edmond Saucier 
Merce L. Sneed 
Wright Sherrard 
Earnest Wright 
James Gaspard 
C. L. Starnes 
Parker Wiggins 
Theron Maddox 
Sam Scurria 
Frank Eason 



Amos Leb 
Al Subat 
Eddib Schumacher 
Wiley Cummings 
Ted Wright 
Cecil Brown 
Gus Boucher 
JiMMIE Steen 
V. A. Dunham 
John Blalock 



H. J. COLVIN 

S. W. Nelkin 



Members in Faculty 



A. L. Ducournau 
M. P. Rogers 



J. W. Webb 
L. S. Miller 



Harry Turpin 
M. R. Weaver 



Honorary Members 

A. A. Fredericks H. L. Prather 



The "N" Club is composed of lettermen from the four major sports, namely, football, basket- 
ball, track, and tennis. Only one letter is required for membership. 






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1 and 2. Interior Scenes from 
New Women's Dormitory 

3. A Cappella Choir 

4. The New Women's Dormitory 

1. Physical Education Majors 

2. Men's Council 

3. Women's Council 

4. Sigma Chi Alpha 

5. Senior Dormitory Council 

6. Disciphne Committee 

7. Junior Dramatics 

8. Episcopal Group 



The ground school included a stud}- of aerodynamics, civil 
air regulations, radio celestial and practical navigation, meteor- 
ology and the fundamentals of instruments, aircraft and engines. 

A minimum of eight hours dual instruction was given all 
students by Flight Instructor L. B. Carney and V. J. Speckels 
before solo. After passing into class B, the fledgling pilots 
were given thirty-five hours of solo, eight of which included 
check flights with the instructors. Besides the regular funda- 
ments of handling aircraft the students were taught the maneu- 
ver requirements of the Civil Aeronautics Authority. 

Upon the successful passing of both ground school and flight 
tests, the students were given their private pilot's certificate. 

Flying Squad: Ray D. Carnahon, Elton Y. Peace, Henry 
Ford Glass, James M. Jones, Jr., William Patrick Carlyon, Ray 
M. Turner, James H. Dawden, Hugh N. Carter, Dorothy E. 



Mizell, Malcalin D. Enlow, Wayne Jack Seward, John Henry 
McMeely, Guy James Shehane, Jr., W. D. Treadway, Glyn E. 
Stephens, Mackie V. Miller, Lem S. Willis, J. Sonpaynac Jones, 
Jr., Ralph E. Butler, Walter B. Holley. 

I. The Civilian Pilot Training School. 2. Director and In- 
structor Breazeale. 3. Instructor Speckels and Dorothy Mizell in 
flight. 4. Flight Instructors Carney and Speckels. 5. Blackboard 
instructions at the hangar. 6. Blackboard instructions at the 
hangar. 7. Blackboard instructions at the hangar. 8. Sheik She- 
hane and Instructor Carney in flight over snowed-under Natchi- 
toches. 9. Charley Green unofficial adviser of students. 10. 
Mackie V. Miller and Dorothy Mizell — the only two co-eds in 
the course. 11. Wayne Seward — first to solo. 12. Before flight 
— blackboard instruction on maneuvers. 13 and 14. Classroom 
scenes in the ground school. 15. Instructor Breazeale works a 
navigation problem. 



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two principal American markets — Chicago 
and New York. 

As rendered by America's largest dis- 
tributors of number ten canned foods, a 
distinctive service on a complete assort- 
ment of quality foods packed in this insti- 
tutional size container. 

hlome recipe pickles, relishes and con- 
serves from Sexton Sunshine Kitchens — 
delicious and appetizing. 

Carefully selected coffees — blends re- 
sulting from years of careful study roasted 
fresh daily at Chicago and Brooklyn. 

A selection of your needs from the 
largest inventory ever assembled for the 
particular needs of those who feed many 
people each day. 



SEXTON 



&-CO. 



Edelweiss Quality Foods 
CHICAGO BROOKLYN 



STILLE & YARBROUGH, Ltd. 

General Store 
A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE 



Robeline 



Louisiana 



COURREGE'S SHOE 
STORE 

Smart Footwear for College 
Men and Women 

SHOES AND HOSIERY 

Front Street Natchitoches 



BAPTIST HOSPITAL 

More people get well in hospitals. 
Illness is shortened by hospitilization 

Alexandria, Louisiana 



MORGAN & LINDSEY 

5c to $1.00 

"The Store of Courtesy" 
Something for Everyone 

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



WEST BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE 

We Carry a Complete Line of Wearing 
Apparel for the Entire Fannily 

WE CLOTHE THE NORMAL COLLEGIANS 
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S. E. WEST, Manager Natchitoches, Louisiana 



THE 


NORMAL COLLEGE BOOK STORE 




Leading Dealers in 




BOOKS, SUPPLIES, AND SCHOOL MATERIALS 




We Supply the Student from Kindergarten 




Through College 


S. J. SIBLEY, T 


reasurer MISS E. P. JOHNSON, Manager 



NATCHITOCHES LUMBER YARD 



Phone 2747 



108-1 10 Washington Street Natchitoches, Louisiana 



LOW FARES, BETTER SERVICE 
THANKS TO 



NORMAL STUDENTS 



— For your kind patronage throughout the past 
year. We appreciate your business and we 
pledge you continued economical, convenient 
transportation service every day. Travel by bus 
at 1-3 the cost of driving your own car, and 8 to 
1 0 times safer. 



INTERURBAN 



TRANSPORTATION COMPANY 



l-STATE COACHES 



SEE OUR LOCAL AGENT FOR CONVENIENT SCHEDULES 



SCHUSTER'S 
WHOLESALE PRODUCE CO. 

Incorporated 



Quality Our MoHo 

WHOLESALE PRODUCE AND FRUITS 

We Buy and Sell Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 
In and Out of Season 



TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH 

SCHUSTER'S 

SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 



500-508 Commerce Street 



Telephone L. D. 



OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES 
PRINTING 

WE PRINT FRATERNITY, SORORITY AND 
SOCIAL STATIONERY 



THE NATCHITOCHES TIMES 



SECOND STREET NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



Compliments of 

LAKEVIEW MOTORS 

Incorporated 



DEALERS 



Phone 2517 Natchitoches, Louisiana 



THE AMUSU THEATRE 



Thanks to each of you at the Lou- 
isiana State Normal College for the 
patronage during the past years 
which has made it possible for the 
AMUSU to grow with the institution 
which it serves. 



We Select Our Pictures Always in a 
Spirit of Cooperation With the 
Faculty and Student Body. 

HARRY SUDDATH, Manager 



FRONT STREET 



NATCHITOCHES 



LEVY 


DRUG CO. 


THE 


REXALL STORE 


Cara 


Nome, Lentheric 




Preparation 


Phone 2431 


Natchitoches 



HOTEL NAKATOSH 

The Students of Normal are 
Always Welcome 

WE MAKE SPECIAL RATES 
FOR PARTIES 

Natchitoches, Louisiana 



Compliments 

of 

R. P. FARMSWORTH 

& SON 



CONTRACTORS 



Natchitoches, Louisiana 



WINBARG'S 

Dispensers of Fine Foods 
Remember Us for Your 
Fraternity and Sorority 
Parties 

Natchitoches, La. 



Compliments of 

REED'S TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 

Distributors of 

ROYAL TYPEWRITERS 

712 Third St. Phone 361 

Alexandria, Louisiana 



Compliments 



HICKS COMPANY. LTD. 



WHOLESALE GROCERS 



Distributors 



BLUE LABEL VEGETABLES 



NATCHITOCHES MINDEN 
SHREVEPORT MANSFIELD 
WINNFIELD 



THE NU DRUG COMPANY 

Elmo Cosmetics 
Pangburn's Candies 

Second Street Phone 2386 

WE DELIVER 



HUGHES DRY GOODS 
COMPANY 

Collegiate Clothes for Men 
and Women 

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



ALDREDGE JEWELRY 
COMPANY 

We pay market prices for Old Gold 
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING 



FRONT STREET 



NATCHITOCHES, LA. 



STANDARD PRINTING 
COMPANY 

Incorporated 

PRINTERS 
School and Office Supplies 

ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA 



Compliments of 

A. DEBLIEUX & SON 

Only Exclusive Ladies' Ready-to-Wea r in Town 
NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



SAM MAGGIO 

The Shoe Doctor 
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING 
ON THE NORMAL CORNER 



THE PEOPLES HARDWARE 
AND FURNITURE COMPANY 

Sells Things That Please the 
Collegians 

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



SIBLEY'S STORE AND STATION 

GROCERIES AND GOOD GULF OILS^ 

Remember us for your Fraternity and 
Sorority Parties 



12 NORMAL AVE, 



NATCHITOCHES 



LE RENDEZVOUS 

The Best People in the World Pass 
Through Our Doors Every Day — 
OUR CUSTOMERS 



ON THE NORMAL CORNER 



PHONE 2753 



Compliments of 

EDWIN L McCLUNG. JR. 



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Congratulations to Frank Eason and his staff for 
this volume of the Potpourri 

The entire membership of this organization fully realize the great work being carried 
on at the Louisiana State Normal College and offers its assistance in all Its worthy 

projects 



NATCHITOCHES CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 

(Natchitoches Parish Public Clearing hHouse) 
C. W. TRABER, President STEVE HARMON, Secretary and Manager 



Avoyelles Wholesale Grocery Co. 

LIMITED 



EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES 



ALEXANDRIA, LA. BUNKIE, LA. 

NATCHITOCHES. LA. VILLE PLATTE, LA. 



BARLOW & SIMMONS 

Natchitoches' Most Modern Store 

Smart and Exclusive Apparel for the College 
Boy or Girl 

PHONE 2020 



Eat Lay's Best Yet Ice Cream 
All That the Name Implies 

LAY'S ICE CREAM FACTORY 

NATCHITOCHES. LOUISIANA 
PRONT STREET WE DELIVER 



Compliments of 

DALME BROS. 



CLEANERS AND PRESSERS 



QUALITY IS OUR AIM 
SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO 



NATCHITOCHES 



For Quality Clear 



and Presing, Tr 



THE QUALITY DRY CLEANERS 
AND TAILORS 



L. B. MIMS, Owner 



PUG'S VARSITY SHOP 

Catering to the College Crowd 
WE DELIVER TO THE COLLEGE 
Corner Second and Annulet Phone 2942 



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THE PEOPLES BANK 

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



OFFICERS 

R. O. Hicks, President Jas. B. Tucker, Vice-President 

Morris Aaron, Vice-President J. F. Hill, Cashier 

Hertzog DeBlieux, Asst. Cashier 



C. V. Cloutier 
J. I. Friedman 
R. O. Hicks 



DIRECTORS 

Morris Aaron 
L. H. Johnson 
A. G. Lawton 



Sam 'I Levy 
M. Nelken 
Jas. B. Tucker 



MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



STANDARD BAKERY 

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 

We furnish bread for the Normal College Demons 
Always the Best — Try Us Tomorrow 

CALL FOR OUR BREAD FROM YOUR GROCER ANY TIME 



HADDAD GROCERY STORE 

Service Station and Cafe 
We handle everything the student needs 
NORMAL AVE. PHONE 2812 



AUTO SALES & SERVICE, Inc. 

Dodge and Plymouth 
Cars 



PHONE 2202 



NATCHITOCHES, LA. 



HOLDER'S GROCERY STORE 
AND MARKET 

Everything for Everybody 
NORMAL AVENUE PHONE 2647 



NATCHITOCHES MOTOR CO. 

LIMITED 

SERVICE SALES 



PHONE 2! 



NATCHITOCHES, LA. 



THE CITY OF NATCHITOCHES 



Wishes the Faculty Members and the Entire Student 
Body a Continued Success 



THE BEST SMALL CITY IN THE SOUTH 



EDWIN L McCLUNG. Mayor 

G. H. PIERSON, Commissioner of Finance 



A. F. ORTMEYER, Commissioner 
of Streets and Parks 



Compliments of 

FRIEND-PIPER 
FURNITURE STUDIOS 



Authentic Reproductions 
and 

Related Accessories 



3517-19 Fairfield Avenue 
SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 
A FRIEND 



Compliments 
of 

BLUE RIBBON 
DAIRIES 

ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA 



Compliments 
of 



NATHAN WOHLFELD. CONTRACTOR 



Builders of the new Fine Arts Building and the 
Men's Gymnasium 



5027 WILLIS AVENUE 



ELDREDGE MORRIS 
SANDWICH SHOP 

Across from the High School 
Normal Avenue 

NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 



DEMON'S DEN 

That famous 5c Hamburger all dressed and 
Lunches for 25c with drinks 

GIVE US A TRIAL 

Mrs. S. A. Dipaola Phone 2206 



Western Auto Associate Store 

All kinds of Electrical Equipment for the Radio 
Automobile Accessories 

FRONT STREET NATCHITOCHES 



DALLAS. TEXAS 



D & D TOG SHOP 

The only exclusive Men's Shop in Natchitoches 
The Latest Spring Styles 
Crosby Square Shoes 
Arrow Shirts 

New Second Street Natchitoches 



THE 

AMERICAN CHAIN 

Wearing Apparel for the Normal 
Boy or Girl 

FRONT STREET NATCHITOCHES 



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